Recent research suggests that kids may be more sensitive to mercury than adults. But does that mean kids shouldn’t eat fish at all?
In today's episode, I discuss with Dr. Chris Shade how we get exposed to mercury and the right (and wrong) way to test for mercury toxicity.
Mercury levels can build up in your body, causing immune dysfunction, fatigue, anxiety, depression, cardiovascular disease, and many other complaints.
Guidelines say fish consumption should be limited to 12 ounces per week due to mercury. Here are 5 reasons why you shouldn’t take this advice at face value.
In this episode, we're talking with Dr. Nicholas Ralston about toxic mercury in fish and how selenium might work to counteract it.
New evidence reveals that concerns over contaminants in fish have been exaggerated, and that the benefits of eating fish far outweigh the risks.