Thursday, August 22, 2013

The Worst Fish to Eat in Terms of Environmental Toxins.




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The Best and Worst Fish to Eat in Terms of Environmental Toxins

    Interestingly enough, and fortunately for us, the types of fish that tend
to suffer the least amount of toxic contamination also happen to be some of
the best sources of fat and antioxidants. So, by choosing wisely, the
benefits of a diet high in fish can still outweigh the risks.

    Most major waterways in the world are contaminated with mercury, heavy
metals, and chemicals like dioxins, PCBs, and other agricultural chemicals
that wind up in the environment. However, the risk of authentic wild-caught
Alaskan sockeye salmon accumulating high amounts of mercury and other
toxins is reduced because of its short life cycle, which is only about three years.

Additionally, bioaccumulation of toxins is also reduced by the fact that it
doesn’t feed on other, already contaminated, fish.

    If you still want to take precautions, you can do what I do: Whenever I
eat fish, I eat it with chlorella tablets. The chlorella is a potent mercury
binder and if taken with fish will help bind the mercury before your body can
absorb it, so it can be safely excreted in your stool.

    Other fish with short lifecycles also tend to be better alternatives in
terms of fat content, so it’s a win-win situation – lower contamination risk
and higher nutritional value. A general guideline is that the closer to the
bottom of the food chain the fish is, the less contamination it will have
accumulated. This includes:


    If you insist on eating typical, store-bought fish and want to know more
about the extent of your mercury exposure, I urge you to check out the online
mercury calculator8 at to get an idea of the risks.

Additionally, as mentioned above, you may want to consider taking natural
mercury chelators with any fish dinner. This includes zeolite (green clay),
chlorella, and fermented vegetables. Larger fish, which tend to live longer
and have the highest contamination levels and should be avoided include
(please note this is not an exhaustive listing):

Tuna (tuna steaks, sushi, and canned)
Sea bass and largemouth bass 
Sword fish    
White croaker

 Enjoy Your Fish, But Choose Wisely!

    Fish has always been the best source for the animal-based omega-3 fats
EPA and DHA, but as levels of pollution have increased, this treasure of a
food has become less and less viable as a primary source of healthful fats.
However, there are still exceptions, and the key is to understand which types
of fish are the least contaminated.

    I strongly recommend buying wild fish, and Wild Alaskan salmon is in my
opinion one of the absolute best, both in terms of nutrition and potential

    Remember, fish farms are the aquatic version of a confined animal feeding
operation (CAFO), and just like land-based cattle and chicken farms, fish
farms breed disease due to crowding too many fish together in a small space.
They also produce toxic waste, and fish of inferior quality. These fish are
further contaminated by drugs and genetically engineered corn and soy meal
feed, and in the case of salmon, synthetic astaxanthin, which is made from
petrochemicals that are not approved for human consumption.

Thank You Dr. Mercola

God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

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