9 Kinds of Fish You Should Never Eat
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Nine kinds of fish you shouldn’t eat We all know that fish is both delicious and healthy however There are certain fish that will do you more harm than good for your health here’s nine types of fish You should never eat or eat. Very rarely some kinds of fish aren’t recommended for kids and teenagers at all What’s the video and take care? cupboard ein Imported Catfish Catfish can grow to considerable size to accelerate their growth many fish farmers feed them hormones especially those fish imported from Asian countries Pre Grown Catfish are much less dangerous and more nutritionally valuable number eight Mackerel Macro Contains Mercury Which is not cleared from but accumulated in the human body causing various diseases? The Atlantic Mackerel is the least dangerous in this regard so you can eat it as much as you like however, the monthly norm of mackerel is 7 ounces or 200 grams for adults and 3.5 ounces or a hundred grams for children number seven Tilapia there are many healthy fatty acids in Tilapia yet, the Concentrations of harmful fascinate are almost as high as in law Excess consumption of this fish leads to an increase in cholesterol levels and makes the body more sensitive to Allergens Tilapia isn’t recommended for those who have heart diseases asthma or arthritis Number six eel eels have lots of fat and thus easily absorb industrial and farm waste in the water American Species have the highest level of such intoxication European eels are also known for being contaminated with large amounts of Mercury The monthly norm is 10 ounces or 300 grams for adults and 7 ounces or 200 grams for kids number 5 Pangasius most of the pangasius we see in our stores is brought from Vietnam Namely from the mekong river that’s considered one of the most contaminated water bodies in the world moreover can gaseous fillet contains an elevated level of Nitro Fury’s own and Folly Phosphates or Carcinogens this type of fish isn’t recommended for food Number four till fish this fish is the leader in Mercury contamination, and it’s often got in breach of the rules increasing the risk of food poisoning The monthly norm for men is 3.5 ounces or a hundred grams women and children shouldn’t eat this fish at all number three sea bass sea bass contains an ample amount of Mercury Sometimes especially when it’s served this delay instead of sea bass you get pangasius or some other cheaper fish The monthly norm for adults is seven ounces or 200 grams for kids 3.5. Ounces or a hundred grams Number $2 fish this fish more commonly known as oil fish contains gympie low Toxin a waxy substance that comet a belies dat all The toxins doesn’t do much harm, but it can cause indigestion To reduce the levels of gem Plio Toxin you should fry or drill the fish However this type of fish isn’t recommended for those who have digestive issues number one Tuna judah contains lots of Mercury especially Black men and Bluefin Tuna Additionally there’s precious little free grown tuna in the stores because it’s nearly extinct All the fish comes from farms, where is Fed with antibiotics and one? Come up flea norm for adults is 7 ounces or a hundred grams for kids this fish isn’t recommended to eat how to choose fresh fish number one shiny scales and clear eyes Fresh fish always have shiny scales and clear eyes Take a fish in your hands and look a spoiled fish will have its tail lowered weaklings Dry fins and Gray gills and set a bright red ones also point to staleness to clear water Good buying live fish from a tank make sure the water is clear To fish that aren’t near the surface, but closer to the bottom If you like fishing you should check the water for Mercury. It’s simple to do when you have a mercury analyzer three white threads When buying salmon choose chunks with white threads in them If a chunk is completely red, it’s probably been done Also, don’t take fish that has bright spots on it since it was caught during the spawning season its meat is black Now you know how to choose the best fish ever for your next dinner don’t forget to share this video with others It’s a like button below and click subscribe to stay on the bright side of life

100 thoughts on “9 Kinds of Fish You Should Never Eat

  1. The fish must have fins and overlapping shedding scales. If not, it's flesh is toxic and full of harmful parasites. The type of fish I mentioned above with scales and fins are clean fish that feed on algae. The fish without those traits are unclean fish that feed on other fish and the waste of the ocean, They are responsible for keeping the ocean clean by contaminating themselves.

  2. The Japanese sushi chefs I have talked to do say tuna won't be around much longer.Between tuna salad and sushi use,the fish is being over consumed.

  3. I went vegan for three days and felt great! I had a piece of frozen salmon the fourth night and the next day I gained the 2 pounds back I had lost. My stomach and hips puffed up real bloated again. As my body reacts to the hormones injected. I had no idea until a friend told me that they use hormones in the fish. I looked it up and they do use fish breeding hormones. No wonder I swelled up and noticed a difference the next morning after I ate the Salmon for dinner.

  4. Tilapia is healthy for humans and kids,kids with allergens can eat tilapia because its fresh water and tuna is very healthy and its safe to eat

  5. My country (maldives) has been eating tuna for centuaries,infact,no one has died from it so stop lying

  6. Tuna is nearly extinct. Where the F are you getting this BS information from????? This video is what is wrong with the internet.

  7. This video is absoulute trash! In my culture (I am half japanese) I eat almost a lot of the fish mentioned in the video and I am healthy. Also I am a teenager

  8. I have no idea where did you do this research … and most fish you told are good demand and healthy due to certain many factor like first easily digestible protein ….

  9. BS. Small amount of blue fin tuna are from farm, because it has to farm in sea water and the full grown age is around 10 years (though, in farm they don't raise that long). Now the blue fin tuna is reducing rapidly, and they encourage to create more farming environment.

  10. lucky me, my fish comes in a can. For those wondering, just pick the unbroken can -expiry dates are irrelevant to look at, they got a lifespan of 5 year so as long as the packaging is shining, it is good to go

  11. That video is talking about fish that is all deadly with poisoned with mercury but not all fish are like that so enjoy you fish that’s not bad for you

  12. Why are you showing fish one should not eat followed by how to choose fresh fish? Any normal presentation show somthing that is good to eat followed by choosing strategies for freshness

  13. Bright side: Don't eat tuna
    Me: it doesn't really taste good anyway
    Bright side: Also don't eat tilapia
    Me: DAFUQ YOU SAID?!

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