Good info. Thankfully I'm a long ways from that (no other meat but sushi for 20 years vs. 10 or 20 dinners worth in 1/2 a year ). That led me to some interesting info about mercury in fish:Sushi is great and quite healthy if you don't get it loaded with mayo and crap. But all things in moderation. There's a not insignificant amount of mercury in most fish and that can build up if eaten too frequently.
Sushi twice a day for years and/or the herbs he was taking took down Jeremy Piven for a while.
Jeremy Piven talks to Good Morning America in an exclusive interview about why he pulled out of his starring role in David Mamet's Broadway play 'Speed-the-Plow.' Piven and his doctor said the actor had mercury poisoning possibly from eating too much sushi. He said at the Golden Globes it has...abcnews.go.com
Mercury Levels in Commercial Fish and Shellfish from 1990-2012 by Species
To the degree it matters, get the salmon instead of the tuna on your ngiri. Looks like salmon is 1/7th to 1/35th the mercury levels compared to tuna (mean).
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