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    Do you think adding fish to my diet would be good?

    I am 11 egg whites 1 whole egg, 1 shake 50g a day i lean 8oz steak ed and 8oz of chicken ed and was thinking of adding fish instead of more chicken. Do you think i will notice anything different by adding fish? will my body respond any different?

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    by the way i am going to add salmon if that matters.

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    Good sources come from fish, also it would be a change in taste. Other than seeing a night and day difference from changing one protein source to another,highly unlikely. But if it does let me know ill buy stock in salmon! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjpennnn View Post
    by the way i am going to add salmon if that matters.
    yeah, the fats in salmon have been shown to activate fat burning genes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phate View Post
    yeah, the fats in salmon have been shown to activate fat burning genes
    wow really?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjpennnn View Post
    wow really?
    There is salmon and poisoned salmon.
    Look for wild salmon from Alaska mostly and avoid the one coming from the Atlantic Ocean.

    1. The more red the better.
    2. The less fatty veins the better.
    3. While cooking, no fat must come out from the salmon on the pan.

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    i was thinking of getting sushi grade salmon and just making sashimi.

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    I thought this thread was a serious one.
    Enough time wasted.

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    i am really confused, and concerned for multiple reasons.
    1.mercury
    2.fat
    3. in milos secret of the pros he mentions how you should i take in different protein sources because your becomes allergenic or something if you have to much on one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJJ View Post
    I thought this thread was a serious one.
    Enough time wasted.
    it is a serious thread, i don't get the attitude

    Quote Originally Posted by bjpennnn View Post
    i am really confused, and concerned for multiple reasons.
    1.mercury
    2.fat
    3. in milos secret of the pros he mentions how you should i take in different protein sources because your becomes allergenic or something if you have to much on one.
    it's called an acquired allergy, but you would have to eat a singular protein source for quite a while for that to happen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phate View Post
    it is a serious thread, i don't get the attitude



    it's called an acquired allergy, but you would have to eat a singular protein source for quite a while for that to happen
    thanks a lot bud. have a good day.

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    I think adding fish would be much more of an advantage than a disadvantage in any diet..
    -Good source of fat and EFA's
    -Good source of Protein
    -Tastes amazing!!

    And BJJ thanks for this input about better quality salmon I will be watching .. Just don't understand why you suddently considered this thread not sereous?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stokedv View Post
    I think adding fish would be much more of an advantage than a disadvantage in any diet..
    -Good source of fat and EFA's
    -Good source of Protein
    -Tastes amazing!!

    And BJJ thanks for this input about better quality salmon I will be watching .. Just don't understand why you suddently considered this thread not sereous?
    I agree,

    the toxicity issues with salmon and other fish is somewhat over stated. Certainly eating salmon for every meal day in and day out could potentially lead to some toxicity issues. However the risk vs benefit is far more favored towards the benefit side. If you can get wild salmon and it doesnt break the budget of course go for that. However a couple servings a week of fish is not going to kill you.
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    thats what i was thinking. thanks for all the input guys. I can get a great deal on sushi grade salmon per pound at this Asian store like ten mins from my house. Would be great to add something to the chicken/eggs/steak routine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjpennnn View Post
    thats what i was thinking. thanks for all the input guys. I can get a great deal on sushi grade salmon per pound at this Asian store like ten mins from my house. Would be great to add something to the chicken/eggs/steak routine.
    I absolutely love salmon, I have many ways of cooking it that taste great. And I am a horrible cook.
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    Olive oil, salt, pepper and put the oven on broil. Love salmon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleScience View Post
    I absolutely love salmon, I have many ways of cooking it that taste great. And I am a horrible cook.
    Salmon or any other fish is very very easy to cook.. much easier to cook trough compared to steak which very often needs more heat,cooking,oil, effort in general.. go fish

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    to save money i eat canned salmon and spice it with curry, salt and fresh lemons, its great...buy it from Costco its much cheaper.

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