Also, look at the protein content of wild caught vs. farm raised salmon.<quoted text>Even things that are supposed to be good for you are now tainted. Take salmon for example; wild Alaskan salmon is extremely healthy for you, but farm raised salmon contain hundreds of cancer causing toxins in it, including the same chemicals found in printer ink. In other countries they use common sense and ban these things from the food source, but in America if you have lots of money and lobbyist, then you can get it pushed through and onto peoples dinner plates.
There's about 3 times the protein in wild caught.
Someplace in Europe, they've started raising fish in a manmade saltwater habitat. They flooded a coastal area and they don't even have to feed the fish. It's also a bird sanctuary and the flamingo population has returned. They lose 20% of their fish to the birds and flamingos, but it has become a self supporting ecosystem that is successfully providing nutritious fish for people.
There is a specific kind of fish (I forget what it is), but the guy doing the talk (It was on TED talks) was not a fish lover, but he loved this fish, skin and all.