Farm fishing’s roots can be traced back to the early 1700s when a German farmer was able to effectively gather, fertilize, hatch, and grow fish from mere eggs. Since then, the method has been replicated around the world in countries like Japan, the United States, Canada, Chile, and Norway, to name a few. The practice entails raising fish in large tanks situated inland or in enclosures or nets in shorelines and even in the open ocean. Though this method appears sustainable at first glance, it in fact has manifold negative effects which is why we recommend that you steer clear of farmed fish at all costs.
Read further and discover more about the negative effects of farmed fish and why the Superhuman Food Pyramid recommends you avoid this source of dietary fats.