alexa Fish Consumption: Risks versus Benefits with Respect to Developmental Methyl Mercury Exposure: Is there a Bottom Line?

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Fish Consumption: Risks versus Benefits with Respect to Developmental Methyl Mercury Exposure: Is there a Bottom Line?

Fish is an excellent nutrition source but mercury contamination is a concern. Risks associated with toxicants found in food sources can be controlled by reducing contamination or by reducing consumption of contaminated food. Since it appears to be impossible to reduce mercury contamination of fish, at least in the short term, this leads many to wonder whether they should limit their fish consumption [1]. Benefits need to be weighed against the risks with respect to limiting consumption of fish. Fish is an excellent nutrition source but mercury contamination is a concern. Risks associated with toxicants found in food sources can be controlled by reducing contamination or by reducing consumption of contaminated food. Since it appears to be impossible to reduce mercury contamination of fish, at least in the short term, this leads many to wonder whether they should limit their fish consumption [1]. Benefits need to be weighed against the risks with respect to limiting consumption of fish.

 

 

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