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Fish

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Up to six ounces a week (one serving) fish with high mercury levels
Shark
Swordfish
Golden bass or golden snapper
King mackerel



Twelve ounces (two servings) of lower-mercury fish
Fresh or frozen tuna
Red snapper
Orange ruffy



Unlimited (the highest Omega-3 fatty acids and lowest mercury levels)
Wild salmon
Halibut
Flounder
Sole
Herring
Some types of seafood that are higher in omega-3 fats and low in mercury Fish Shellfish Crustaceans
Anchovy
Capelin
Char
Flatfish (flounder, sole, plaice)
Hake
Herring
Lake whitefish
Mackerel
Monkfish
Pollock
Rainbow trout
Salmon
Sardines
Smelt
Turbot, Greenland Mussels
Oysters Crab
Shrimp
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COLEMANSR 8/29/2009 9:42AM

    Well, How is it going?

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