FISH LOW IN MERCURY HIGH IN OMEGA 3**
Salmon (farmed or wild)
Tuna (canned light)
Now that you know the nutrition and mercury contents of most fish commonly consumed in North America, make sure that the fish you eat is not hurting the survival of ocean wildlife. The Monterey Bay Aquarium has put together a Seafood Watch program recommending which seafood to buy or avoid promoting ocean friendly seafood for the US and visit Sea Choice for Canadian guidelines.
*Mercury contents based on FDA **Omega 3 content based on "Position of the American Dietetic Association and Dietitians of Canada: Dietary Fatty Acids".