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“Make sure you have a fish source that is flown in over-night from the ocean,” Angela Martindale, a celebrity nutritionist, fitness trainer, and Utah’s number one wellness coach, says. “If you’re looking for fish to make at home, make sure that you always ask the seller where the fish came from, how they are shipped (should always be on ice), and try to buy it from a fresh fish market - you never want farmed fish,” she adds. In a farm environment, fish are so compact that they eat one another’s feces and that bacteria becomes a toxic part of your dinner.