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Guide to Guilt-Free Fish

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Last week The New York Times teamed up with Environmental Defense to produce this helpful guide to eating fish “with no environmental issues” a.k.a. low contamination levels.



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daria

posted June 5, 2006 at 11:32 pm


Marian Burros “Fish Chart” was also featured on Saturday’s NPR radio broadcast of The People’s Pharmacy, another great source of live-well-information. The show hosts, Joe and Terry Graedon, are knowledgeable, reliable and enthusiastic. Their Home Remedies — like vinegar, Listerine, and saliva — are entertaining and effective. A number of newspapers run their column and you can find them online @ http://www.peoplespharmacy.org/index.asp * SALUD! *>



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Pacific231

posted June 8, 2006 at 2:57 pm


IIRC, there was a very recent study on mercury content within sushi, possibly done in California. Results were sobering. If you google for it you should find it. Tuna unfortunately was WAY bad. Yellowtail which I also like, IIRC, was much better. Ditto for shrimp.>



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