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2/10/11 7:15 P

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2/10/11 10:54 A

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Hi, I'm new too. I was the carnivore in my DH's life, too. He was a vegetarian. I now see the error of my ways, and I do LOVE fish, sooo... I found this in my notes for anyone wanting to know:

HIGHEST MERCURY- Avoid Eating
Grouper
Marlin
Orange roughy
Tilefish
Swordfish
Shark
Mackerel (king)

HIGH MERCURY- Eat no more than three 6-oz servings per month
Bass saltwater
Croaker
Halibut
Tuna (canned, white albacore) See tuna chart below
Tuna (fresh bluefin, ahi)
Sea trout
Bluefish
Lobster (American/Maine)

LOWER MERCURY- Eat no more than six 6-oz servings per month
Carp
Mahi Mahi
Crab (dungeness)
Snapper
Crab (blue)
Herring
Crab (snow)
Monkfish
Perch (freshwater)
Skate
Cod
Tuna (canned, chunk light)
Tuna (fresh Pacific albacore)

LOWEST MERCURY- Enjoy two 6-oz servings per week
Anchovies
Butterfish
Calamari (squid)
Caviar (farmed)
Crab (king)
Pollock
Catfish
Whitefish
Perch (ocean)
Scallops
Flounder
Haddock
Hake
Herring
Lobster (spiny/rock)
Shad
Sole
Crawfish/crayfish
Salmon
Shrimp
Clams
Tilapia
Oysters
Sardines
Sturgeon (farmed)
Trout (freshwater)

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2/10/11 9:43 A

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Discovered this site, and so far loving it! This seems like the team for me, as I am not so much into losing weight (although that is a small part of my goal), but to live healthy and clean.

I was once a vegetarian for approx. a year, but once the wife got pregnant we couldn't resist the urges. I'd like to go back, but living in Iowa presents it's challenges in terms of food temptations. Lot's of great eateries, and lot's of meat!

Never heard of Pescatarians, but it's sounding like that's my gig. I love seafood, and regularly make my own sushi. I'm hoping to have some great exchanges with the members of this community, and get back to clean and healthy living again!

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