Today, I’m taking a deep dive into the issues surrounding fish, what kinds we should be eating, and everything in between with James Arthur Smith.
I’ve talked a lot on the podcast about regenerative agriculture, but today we’re going to dive into regenerative aquaculture. James explains what these practices look like and why sustaining vital oceans doesn’t mean we have to stop fishing, but that we need to stop using extractive processes.
We discuss the different ways that fish often become laden with toxins, what varieties are more or less likely to be affected, and how regenerative aquaculture can produce seafood that is healthier for our bodies and for our oceans.
I appreciate James Arthur’s solution-oriented approach to seafood, which is a welcome angle from the fear-mongering we often hear in terms of health and climate problems. We talk about how choosing sustainable and clean seafood is one of many ways to vote with your dollar to impact our food system for the better.
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