#SmartHealthTalkTopPick: Avoid mercury in fish. If you want to learn more about which fish are low in mercury and more sustainable because reproduce quickly go here: http://www.smarthealthtalk.com/sustainable-seafood-shopping.html (Good rule of thumb is bigger the fish, more chance of high mercury content). Find out how mercury get in fish: http://www.smarthealthtalk.com/1/post/2011/11/recycling-to-reduce-costs.html#.UnJydJRDppY
Seafood is one of our favorite sources of protein but some fish should be limited/avoided due to high mercury content. Check out this chart to see which types of seafood are high/moderate/low in mercury - this is especially important for young children and pregnant women.♥✤ | Keep the Glamour | BeStayBeautiful
Know Which Fish Are Low in Mercury With This Chart
Many of us want to eat more fish, but we're worried about too much mercury. While all of us should be concerned, women who are pregnant or nursing need to pay special attention. A handy chart from Consumer Reports ranks fish by amount of risk in each species.