Broiler fish! Life threatening Fish

Everyone will get shocked after seeing this topic. But, this is true! All edible foods are now becoming toxic. Previously toxic foods were very rare. But, today most of the food items have become toxic. Most people prefer non-vegetarian than vegetarian food due to its taste.

In this situation, the biggest business market is indirectly targeting non-vegetarian. The same danger that happened in chicken, mutton, etc. is now back on the side of fish. With the controversy over the dog meat just dormant, a fresh broiler fish controversy has erupted. Researchers have also proven this. Why do they often target Indians to sell such poisonous fish, etc.? Many more hidden facts can be found in this collection.

Food is poison!

What can you eat today? They leave us confused as to what to eat and not to eat. Cause, poison everywhere! Poison in anything!. The controversy over dog meat in recent times has caused panic among many. But now the controversy over broiler fish has arisen anew.

Broiler Fish?

So far we heard only about broiler chicken. But now broiler fish has also arrived in the market. We are well aware of the dangers to the human body of eating broiler chicken. The same malignancy is present in these broiler fish.

What is the difference?

There are many differences between the fish we normally eat and this type of broiler fish. This type of fish is produced by various chemical methods. Unlike country fish, these are exported and sold.

What is the name?

These innovative fishes are now beginning to invade the endangered species of native fish such as catfish, mackerel, plow, and carp. These are marketed under the names Basha Fish, Ghee Fish, and Pangasius.

Wherefrom

This species of fish was first discovered in Vietnam. It is then exported to about 100 countries around the world. This type of fish is banned in countries such as the United States and Canada. Why are these targeting us to be like this? Think about that.

People!

Our people have always had an attitude. What can be easily achieved, what is available at a cheap price, it is such thoughts that have put us in a dangerous position. This type of fish has very few thorns, does not spoil so quickly, and has a very low odor, which gives it a wonderful taste when cooked with any type of food. This is where we get caught up in the web they spread.

Unethical business

This type of fish is produced by a large number of farm owners so that it can survive in all seasons. Many people today are willing to do this business for profit without caring about people's life. This type of fish is injected with growth hormone injections. Thus, the benefit is greater only for the manufacturer.

Poison!

These are produced in large quantities so that the fish can grow at a higher weight and increase production very quickly. Furthermore, they are cleaned with toxic chemicals such as hydrogen peroxide, STPP, citric acid when exported from abroad. Guess what dangers we face eating these.

Bad luck!

A lot of information about broiler fish like this is spreading on the internet. Studies show that they cause cancer, stopping the growth of free radicals in our bodies. In addition, bad fats can increase the risk of heart disease.

Destruction!

These broiler fish can eat native fishes. Therefore, the ecological balance will be affected. Until recently there were about 3035 species of marine fish, country fish, etc. But now we know of only 5 to 10 species of these fish and fish sold in the market. From this, we can feel the extinction of the fish species.

Restaurants!

For many of us today, the habit of eating outside has increased more than eating at home. Millions of restaurants use this to make money from such fish and meat. Statistics show that these abuses are especially prevalent in high-end restaurants.

Solution!

Events like this are sure to continue as long as we are vigilant in keeping with the adage “cheaters will stay on as long as there are fools”. We are the ones who suffer if we eat this type of food due to factors like cheap price, high taste, quick production.

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