One Fish, Two Fish, Good Fish, Bad Fish
Which fish are OK to eat? Which ones have too much mercury and other contaminants? It is especially important for children, pregnant women, and nursing mothers to avoid the “bad fish.” Which fish have those great Omega-3 fatty acids that are so good for your heart?
Here’s list you can print out and keep in your wallet or purse for the next time you are at a restaurant or the fish market. This list is courtesy of Oceans Alive:
|Best & Worst Seafood Choices|
|Our guide can help you choose fish that are healthy for the oceans and safe to eat. (Learn about seafood and your health and fish to avoid.)
Green text indicates fish that are both high in omega-3 fatty acids and low in environmental contaminants.
Pocket Seafood Selector: Print a wallet-sized copy of this list.
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