Maybe your government is just smarter Certhia..lol.
The reason to limit the fish is mercury, and other heavy metals that fish absorb, not the fattiness of the fish. Fish is a great source of fat, and protein. The concern is building these metals up in your body over time.
I have times when I eat fish soup 3-4 times a week, and then I get tired of it, and eat more chicken, and occasionally some red meat, then back to fish. Most of us eat a lot of something for a short while, and 4-5 times a week, will eventually become 1-2, so it really is more about the average fish consumption over the year. I eat more fish during the colder months, and less during the summer, so I think heavy use of fish temporarily, isn't an issue. It balances out.
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