Thread: Some Random Questions
3/24/2009 7:27am, #21
Yeah, for us in the states there appears to be a more significant risk. (see link above in my post)
But what-the-****-ever. That stuff is delicious."This is why we are here. Because the Martial Arts for too long have been cloaked in an unnecessary level of secrecy bordering on mysticism, and its in these shadows that the cockroaches love to hide. -Phrost"
Originally Posted by Squerlli
3/24/2009 9:25am, #22
While mercury poses the most serious health threat to children and women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, others may also wish to use this list as a guide.
... is a bit misleading. But having said that, I'm starting to worry.
Looking at the table on page 5 (PDF) in combination with the manufacturer's mercury numbers and my own consumption of canned wild pink salmon (forty cans a month)... ugh.
I want to kill the idiot who decided that dumping mercury in the ocean was okay.
3/24/2009 9:55am, #23
Mercury in tuna. here is what the UK government suggests: http://www.food.gov.uk/multimedia/faq/mercuryfish/ - "you shouldn’t eat more than four medium-sized cans or two fresh tuna steaks per week." the can size they are talking about are the 185g cans
3/24/2009 10:24pm, #24
3/25/2009 3:17am, #25
Hmmm... what if you impregnate someone (possibly a woman) while on a tuna binge? Can you still be the daddy of Retardo?
3/25/2009 3:40am, #26
Doh, I fail at skim reading and completely missed that first part of the sentence!
3/30/2009 5:47am, #27
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Guys thanks a heap for all your help in answering my questions. I've changed my routine and eating habits around and am already noticing a change in my energy levels and I'm pretty sure I will see a large increase in my weights program too.