Is salmon and rice healthy to eat everyday. Wat are the benefits and downside to eating everyday ?
- k wLv 71 month ago
dunno, but is too strong for me.....
- .Lv 71 month ago
Generally speaking, there are Asians around the world whose diets consist of a lot of fish and rice. However, not all salmon are created equal, nor are all types of rice. There are no specific benefits in eating the same thing daily, in fact it would likely get boring really fast. A variety of healthy foods is a better idea than sticking to one type of meal (there is no one single meal that will provide all the nutrients the body needs).
- MarcLv 71 month ago
Depends on what kind of rice. White rice is not good for you, but brown rice is. Eating slamon and brown rice is ok, but not every day. You need veggies and fruit. Plus you will get very bored eating the same thing day after day
- WoodrowLv 41 month ago
Missing other nutrients. Every jackass seems to think there's some magic in whatever thing they heard someone online say once. You will be the fat **** who makes the gym smell like asparagus pee because you think asparagus is your one holy grail to fitness. Guess what, you've been doing it for 12 years and you're still a fat ****.
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- PatriciaLv 71 month ago
Salmon is great for a person -- but only wild caught salmon. Farmed salmon contains toxins because they are raised in cement "ponds" and swim around in their own crap and they are given hormones to prevent disease.
Rice is a high carbohydrate grain. What's wrong with eating fresh colorful vegetables?
- FireplaceLv 61 month ago
Wild salmon is unaffordable to eat every day, and unethical as the stocks are so low in the ocean. Farmed salmon is NOT healthy; all farmed salmon is infested with sea lice. So those are the down sides.
- A Yahoo UserLv 71 month ago
If it's Thai or Indian rice: yes, healthy.
Otherwise: no, too much arsenic, FDA has pretty strict guidelines regarding how many servings of domestic rice you should eat each week (and it's not a lot, definitely not as much as I would like...so I buy imported Thai brown Jasmine rice, whole grain is good for you, tastes better than typical white rice and not ridiculously expensive, available at WalMart.com).
Salmon: it's very healthy
eating it every day
reduces opportunity for a wider range of nutrients that is the result of consuming a wider range of foods.
It's not bad for you in any way
as far as I know
to eat it every day
but maybe you should "change it up" a little.