So you decide to be good and eat protein-, nutrient- and vitamin-rich fish twice a week, as the American Health Association says you should. But as with all things supposedly healthy, confusion abounds. From the fishmongers of Fair Lawn to the marine biologists of Rutgers University, trying to determine which type of fish is better for you – wild-caught or farm-raised – is about as daunting as a task faced by a school of Killies trying to swim their way upstream against the current. "There’s no free lunch," said Joanna Burger, professor of biology at Rutgers University in New Brunswick.
/ / / Which is better for you: farm raised or wild caught fish?