One of the main stories now is on what kinds of fish to eat once you screen for toxins and environmental effects of over-fishing. I’ve been wanting this information boiled down for me for a while because I’m constantly back-and-forthing about whether I should eat fish at all, what kind I should eat if I eat it, and what the effects are of that choice.
I mean, I’ve seen the little Ocean’s Alive chart of red-, yellow-, and green-lit kinds of fish as per eco-impact. And I’ve seen yet other charts of which fish could take your temperature they have so much mercury. I was thrilled that Dr. Andy cross-referenced all that information. Even if the answer is kind of a bummer. Best fish to eat for its environmental impact and toxicity level? Sardines. Sigh. Never been a fan of fish with a face I can see. But I’m going to give it a try.
To check that out and loads, loads more: DrWeil.com
And actually, it appears that Ocean’s Alive does cross-list their fish safety list now: Oceansalive.org