shrinkingweez wrote: »
I’ve finally found a breakfast that’s filling for me! Which is a sea bass fillet and one egg, pan fried in 1 tsp of olive oil. Would this be healthy to eat every day? Or would it be bad to eat fish and eggs every morning?
SuzySunshine99 wrote: »
Sea bass is on the moderate to higher end of the mercury scales. How much depends on the exact type...apparently Chilean sea bass is much higher than some of the other varieties but they all have some.
Definitely if you are a woman who may potentially become pregnant, you should not eat this fish every day.
If you are not....the jury is out on how much the mercury in seafood affects an adult in the long term. Personally, I don't think I'd eat fish every day, especially one with high-ish mercury levels. I average about 2-3 times a week for my fish/seafood intake. But, that's really up to you to research and decide for yourself.
As a side note, DANG, I don't think I could afford to eat a sea bass filet every day! It runs about $20 a pound at my grocery store. Obviously, everyone's income level is different, though.
kristingjertsen wrote: »
I eat fish, usually sardines or wild caught salmon, 2 to 3 times per week. My other favorite protein sources are lentils, beans, and peas.
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