14. Farmed fish and Omega-6
There is no denying that fish needs to be part of your diet, but with growing world populations and dwindling fish numbers, there has been a rise in farmed fish products. Although this might sound like a good idea, in theory, farmed fish are not as good for you as the wild ones. The problem comes with their diet. These fish grow in captivity and rely on being fed.
Their diet makes them rich in omega-6 fatty acids and end up throwing your body out of balance. Wild fish don’t have that problem, and they provide you with the right amount of fatty acids to keep everything in balance. Look out for the organic or wild fish in the stores. They might cost a bit more, but they have anti-inflammatory and many other benefits.