When your fish is alive, it’s alive too

Updated June 08, 2019 17:05:07 The term “fisherman” has become synonymous with the term “catch.”

But the fish we all eat and eat well are far more than just raw meat.

They’re full of nutrients, minerals and vitamins, which have been shown to protect against the common cold, cancer, heart disease, and diabetes.

The new book Food for the Future by Australian environmental activist Bob Ward outlines how we can change this.

And he’s calling for a change in the way we think about fish.

This is a guest column by Bob Ward.

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