• The Health Risks of Eating Too Much Fish and Seafood Kathleen Zelman UHC TV

    published: 16 Jan 2016
  • Fish Stories: Success and Value in Seafood Traceability

    Visit http://oceana.org/FishStories to learn more about seafood traceability It seems like a simple concept—knowing where your food comes from. But unfortunately, seafood lovers rarely know how the fish got to their dinner plate. This knowledge is important, because a complex and opaque seafood supply chain opens the door to illegal and irresponsible fishing practices, seafood fraud, public health risks, and even human trafficking, forced labor and organized crime. These problems threaten the oceans and consumer’s wallets, and unfairly undermine honest fishermen and businesses that play by the rules. But these are fixable problems. The first step in ensuring that seafood is safe, legally caught, and honestly labeled, is traceability. Traceability increases transparency and accountabilit...

    published: 07 Mar 2016
  • RASS - Risk Assessment for Sourcing Seafood: Tutorial 1 of 2

    RASS - Risk Assessment for Sourcing Seafood. SEAFISH has developed a free online risk assessment tool (known as RASS) that will help buyers to make quick and sound judgements on the risks they face when sourcing seafood at stock level and at fisheries level. View the complete playlist: http://goo.gl/sHPKYD RASS will build on the information contained in the Seafish Responsible Sourcing Guides (RSGs), which currently covers 38 species (and around 300 stocks). RASS fishery profiles are written, edited and updated by independent scientists - including our main partner CEFAS (Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquatic Science). All RASS profiles are peer-reviewed to ensure consistency. RASS will discuss mitigation measures employed to address significant issues affecting wild species l...

    published: 03 Oct 2014
  • Seafood Health Benefits & Risks

    Seafood Health Benefits & Risks More than 3.5 billion people depend on the ocean for their primary source of food. Fish is a valuable component of the human diet because it is easily digestible and contains high-quality protein that provides a mix of essential amino acids that our bodies cannot make themselves and must be supplied through our food. Globally, seafood provides more protein than cattle, sheep, or poultry. Fish also contain a wide variety of vitamins and minerals including vitamins A and D, phosphorus, magnesium, and selenium. Research shows that omega-3 fatty acids, found abundantly in seafood, have health benefits, such as improved infant brain development and protection against heart disease and stroke. Most adults in the US consume much less omega-3 fatty acids than nutri...

    published: 02 Dec 2015
  • Should You Avoid Farmed Fish?

    Fish farming has become the new way to raise and eventually eat fish. Are the fish raised in farms good for you? Go to http://www.audible.com/dnews to get a FREE Audiobook of your choice when you sign up today. Read More: Is Farmed Salmon Good for You? http://www.livescience.com/48886-how-healthy-salmon-fed-on-vegetable-oil.html "Eating salmon and other oily fish has been recommended as a way of boosting omega-3 fatty acids, and potentially lowering the risk of heart disease." Farmed Or Wild? http://seafood.oregonstate.edu/.pdf%20Links/Farmed%20or%20Wild%20-%20Both%20Types%20of%20Salmon%20taste%20Good%20and%20Are%20Good%20For%20You.pdf "Whether farmed or wild, salmon are tasty fish and a healthy protein choice." Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-condi...

    published: 02 Dec 2014
  • Price trends and risks for seafood from Global Seafood Marketing Conference

    published: 29 Jan 2015
  • Seafood Mercury and Neurological Risks for Future Babies

    Women considering pregnancy need to know about the risks of potential mercury poisoning by eating seafood due to it's potential neurological damage to their children.

    published: 14 Aug 2016
  • RASS - Risk Assessment for Sourcing Seafood: Tutorial 2 of 2

    RASS - Risk Assessment for Sourcing Seafood. SEAFISH has developed a free online risk assessment tool (known as RASS) that will help buyers to make quick and sound judgements on the risks they face when sourcing seafood at stock level and at fisheries level. In this second video tutorial on the RASS online tool, we show how to register your own online account, add 'Fisheries Profiles' to your 'basket' and save, download or print PDFs of these fisheries profiles. By registering an account you can save your searches and save the contents of your basket. You can manage your account details at any time. No payments are required! View the complete playlist: http://goo.gl/sHPKYD RASS will build on the information contained in the Seafish Responsible Sourcing Guides (RSGs), which currently cov...

    published: 06 Feb 2015
  • Do Not Eat Tuna Ever Again Before It's Too Late! It Might Happen To You

    Fish is on many people’s everyday diet list, and the most present is tuna fish. It is recommended as a very healthy type of fish, but there are things you probably did not know about it. Tuna is the most harmful fish for consumption. Even though it is known as a great source of omega-3 fatty acids and proteins, it is a fish type exposed to mercury. That is a poisonous material which is disturbing the normal function of the organism. Along with other seafood types and fish, it contains great amounts of methyl and mercury that is causing damage to the central nervous system, especially the first year of life. It has been vertified that the tuna from the market shelves contains low levels of tuna, however, it would be much better to avoid it, or consume moderate amounts if you want to lower ...

    published: 09 Dec 2016
  • Mercury: From Source to Seafood

    A ten minute web-based film explaining how mercury enters the seafood we eat, why eating low-mercury fish is important for good health, and the need to keep mercury out of the environment. Learn more at http://www.dartmouth.edu/~toxmetal

    published: 22 Jun 2012
  • Omega 3s, Prostate Cancer, and Atrial Fibrillation

    Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter at http://www.nutritionfacts.org/subscribe and get a free excerpt from his latest NYT Bestseller HOW NOT TO DIE. (All proceeds Dr. Greger receives from his books, DVDs, and speaking go to charity). DESCRIPTION: Fish and fish oil consumption do not appear to protect against heart disease, arrhythmias, or sudden death, but why would they increase cancer risk? What? Fish oil doesn’t help with heart disease? I was as surprised as you. See: Is Fish Oil Just Snake Oil? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/is-fish-oil-just-snake-oil/) In terms of PCB contamination, see Food Sources of PCB Chemical Pollutants (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/food-sources-of-pcb-chemical-pollutants/) and PCBs in Children’s Fish Oil Supplements (http://nutritionfact...

    published: 26 Oct 2015
  • Foods to avoid when pregnant - what not to eat when pregnant ?

    here are some foods that you should avoid during pregnancy. Number One : Raw Meat Uncooked seafood and rare or undercooked beef or poultry should be avoided because of the risk of contamination with coliform bacteria, toxoplasmosis, and salmonella. Number Two : Deli Meat Deli meats have been known to be contaminated with listeria, which can cause miscarriage. Listeria has the ability to cross the placenta and may infect the baby, which could lead to infection or blood poisoning and may be life-threatening. If you are pregnant and you are considering eating deli meats, make certain that you reheat the meat until it is steaming. Number Three : Fish with Mercury Fish that contain high levels of mercury should be avoided. Mercury consumed during pregnancy has been linked to developmen...

    published: 30 Nov 2016
  • Deadly Poisonous: Hidden Risks in Fish and Shellfish (2/2)

    http://SupremeMasterTV.com • AW1544; Aired on 6 Dec 2010 Seafood poisoning is caused by consuming fish or shellfish tainted with toxins. We speak to medical experts around the world who discusses the causes, symptoms and treatment of seafood poisoning. The safest prevention is to stop consumption of seafood - you not only save marine lives but possibly save your own life. • Please share those videos through facebook and other means. Subscribe, comment and like it are fully appreciated. The videos are in the public domain and free to use in any beneficial way. Download Link: http://video.suprememastertv.com/daily/2010.12.06/AW1544.wmv Prev: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ANIeYieFzo

    published: 21 Jun 2011
  • From Spain With Love: Ep 105 "Seafood To Die For" - Exclusive Clip

    If you don't love seafood, you're simply not Spanish. This episode brings audiences closer to the seafood of Spain than they've ever been before as Annie helps the female clam diggers of Galicia gather all they can before the tides come in and risks dangerous surf in search of percebes (goose barnacles), a Spanish delicacy. **Catch FROM SPAIN WITH LOVE Saturdays at 9:30 pm on Cooking Channel U.S.; Thursdays at 7:00 pm on Food Network Canada.**

    published: 28 Jun 2011
  • Deadly Poisonous: Hidden Risks in Fish and Shellfish (1/2)

    http://SupremeMasterTV.com • AW1537; Aired on 29 Nov 2010 Seafood poisoning is caused by consuming fish or shellfish tainted with toxins. We speak to medical experts around the world who discusses the causes, symptoms and treatment of seafood poisoning. The safest prevention is to stop consumption of seafood - you not only save marine lives but possibly save your own life. • Please share those videos through facebook and other means. Subscribe, comment and like it are fully appreciated. The videos are in the public domain and free to use in any beneficial way. Download Link: http://video.suprememastertv.com/daily/2010.11.29/AW1537.wmv Next: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xnHc1VAf-4

    published: 21 Jun 2011
  • Dear Megan Fox: Pregnant Women Should Eat More Seafood Not Less

    Celebrities Don't Have All the Answers With 17 million followers on Twitter, Kim Kardashian has an enormous opportunity to improve lives simply by sharing accurate information with her fans. Unfortunately she missed one of those opportunities recently when she spoke to the Daily Mail about her pregnancy. According to the tabloid she is longing for seafood "although she knows it's not encouraged for pregnant women." That's wrong. Experts say pregnant women should eat more seafood, not less. • The USDA's Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend everyone, including pregnant and breastfeeding women, eat 2 to 3 servings of a variety of seafood each week (8 to 12 ounces) to improve eye and brain development. • The World Health Organization (WHO) says there are increased brain devel...

    published: 25 Jan 2013
The Health Risks of Eating Too Much Fish and Seafood    Kathleen Zelman    UHC TV

The Health Risks of Eating Too Much Fish and Seafood Kathleen Zelman UHC TV

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Fish Stories: Success and Value in Seafood Traceability

Fish Stories: Success and Value in Seafood Traceability

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Visit http://oceana.org/FishStories to learn more about seafood traceability It seems like a simple concept—knowing where your food comes from. But unfortunately, seafood lovers rarely know how the fish got to their dinner plate. This knowledge is important, because a complex and opaque seafood supply chain opens the door to illegal and irresponsible fishing practices, seafood fraud, public health risks, and even human trafficking, forced labor and organized crime. These problems threaten the oceans and consumer’s wallets, and unfairly undermine honest fishermen and businesses that play by the rules. But these are fixable problems. The first step in ensuring that seafood is safe, legally caught, and honestly labeled, is traceability. Traceability increases transparency and accountability in the seafood supply chain by ensuring that information such as how, when and where fish are caught or farmed follows the fish from boat to plate. The ability to share information along the seafood supply chain reduces the risk of seafood fraud and helps prevent illegally caught product from entering the market. Music by Adam Lindquist: http://adamlindquist.com/ Sounds via Freesound.org, by the following users: cfork, batch, mich3d, adbicycle, pagancow, traveler, pushtobreak, corsica-s, roscoetoon, the-bizness, freqman, digifishmusic, bennychico, rewired, ekuseru, florian-reinke, xtyl33, ludvique, soundstack, gynation, metamorphmuses, cgeffex, acekasbo, stereostereo, primejunt, susychristiansen, j-zazvurek, lolamadeus, music-boy, ptentjello, tambascot, 7778, ballistiq85, iberian-runa, szybki16, simosco, speedygonzo, klankbeeld, martialway47, gowlermusic, aldenroth2, theta4
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RASS - Risk Assessment for Sourcing Seafood: Tutorial 1 of 2

RASS - Risk Assessment for Sourcing Seafood: Tutorial 1 of 2

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RASS - Risk Assessment for Sourcing Seafood. SEAFISH has developed a free online risk assessment tool (known as RASS) that will help buyers to make quick and sound judgements on the risks they face when sourcing seafood at stock level and at fisheries level. View the complete playlist: http://goo.gl/sHPKYD RASS will build on the information contained in the Seafish Responsible Sourcing Guides (RSGs), which currently covers 38 species (and around 300 stocks). RASS fishery profiles are written, edited and updated by independent scientists - including our main partner CEFAS (Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquatic Science). All RASS profiles are peer-reviewed to ensure consistency. RASS will discuss mitigation measures employed to address significant issues affecting wild species landed or imported into the UK. In time, ethical, welfare, and safety information will be added, as well as nutritional signposts. RASS is an essential resource through which commercial seafood operations can assess their exposure to reputational hazards. Go to the RASS Tool: http://www.seafish.org/rass/ Download the RASS Factsheet: http://goo.gl/wl6iln Project Commissioned by Seafish Launch Date: 18 September 2014 Video and post-production: CityPress Narrator: Brian Ford Producer: Denise Fraser Executive Producer for Seafish: Alex Caveen ©Seafish 2014
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Seafood Health Benefits & Risks

Seafood Health Benefits & Risks

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  • Updated: 02 Dec 2015
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Seafood Health Benefits & Risks More than 3.5 billion people depend on the ocean for their primary source of food. Fish is a valuable component of the human diet because it is easily digestible and contains high-quality protein that provides a mix of essential amino acids that our bodies cannot make themselves and must be supplied through our food. Globally, seafood provides more protein than cattle, sheep, or poultry. Fish also contain a wide variety of vitamins and minerals including vitamins A and D, phosphorus, magnesium, and selenium. Research shows that omega-3 fatty acids, found abundantly in seafood, have health benefits, such as improved infant brain development and protection against heart disease and stroke. Most adults in the US consume much less omega-3 fatty acids than nutritionists recommend. However, global fisheries face serious threats. Current research estimates that most commercial marine fisheries are being fished unsustainably and a recent study predicts that virtually all commercial species will not be viable by 2030 if we continue with current methods. At the same time, fish may be contaminated by environmental pollutants, most notably methylmercury. Coal fired power plants are the most significant source of mercury that enters the ocean. Methylmercury is toxic to the nervous system, especially the developing brain. Because of the health risks for babies associated with methylmercury exposure, the United States Food and Drug Administration and Environmental Protection Agency have recommended that women of childbearing age, pregnant women, and breastfeeding mothers limit their intake of fish, and avoid all consumption of some types of fish higher in mercury (shark, swordfish, king mackerel, or tile fish). About 10% of all US women of childbearing age, and a higher percent of women who are older, Asian, or live near the coasts, have mercury levels above recommended limits. Current federal guidelines do not recommend a specific mercury limit for non-pregnant adults, but some evidence also suggests that mercury can increase risks for heart disease and neurological problems in adulthood. Consumers can make healthy and sustainable food choices by choosing fish that is sourced sustainably and low in mercury. For specific recommendations, see the seafood decision guide in our resources. Text provided by Emily Oken, MD, MPH, Associate Professor, Department of Population Medicine, Harvard Medical School and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute Source : - See more at: http://www.chgeharvard.org/topic/seafood-health-benefits-risks#sthash.orRqvz4c.dpuf
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Should You Avoid Farmed Fish?

Should You Avoid Farmed Fish?

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  • Updated: 02 Dec 2014
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Fish farming has become the new way to raise and eventually eat fish. Are the fish raised in farms good for you? Go to http://www.audible.com/dnews to get a FREE Audiobook of your choice when you sign up today. Read More: Is Farmed Salmon Good for You? http://www.livescience.com/48886-how-healthy-salmon-fed-on-vegetable-oil.html "Eating salmon and other oily fish has been recommended as a way of boosting omega-3 fatty acids, and potentially lowering the risk of heart disease." Farmed Or Wild? http://seafood.oregonstate.edu/.pdf%20Links/Farmed%20or%20Wild%20-%20Both%20Types%20of%20Salmon%20taste%20Good%20and%20Are%20Good%20For%20You.pdf "Whether farmed or wild, salmon are tasty fish and a healthy protein choice." Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/nonalcoholic-fatty-liver-disease/basics/definition/con-20027761 "Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is a term used to describe the accumulation of fat in the liver of people who drink little or no alcohol." Fish Farms Become Feedlots of the Sea http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-me-salmon9dec09-story.html#page=1 "If you bought a salmon filet in the supermarket recently or ordered one in a restaurant, chances are it was born in a plastic tray here, or a place just like it." Salmon Aquaculture http://www.pbs.org/emptyoceans/fts/salmon/casestudy.html "Some wild Pacific salmon populations are endangered, mainly because of the loss of their fresh water habitat caused by harmful logging practices and hydroelectric dams." Why farmed salmon is becoming a viable alternative to wild-caught http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/food/why-farmed-salmon-is-becoming-a-viable-alternative-to-wild-caught/2013/09/23/aaff33ca-1cbf-11e3-8685-5021e0c41964_story.html "Come dinnertime, wild salmon is an excellent choice." Ever Wondered: Why is wild salmon a deeper red than farmed salmon? http://scienceline.org/2013/09/ever-wondered-why-is-wild-salmon-a-deeper-red-than-farmed-salmon/ "It's 1:30 AM at the New Fulton Fish Market in the Bronx, New York City. As forklifts zip pallets of seafood through ice-packed loading bays, the fishmongers of Lockwood & Winant are selling fresh Pacific King salmon right off the plane from Washington." The Truth About Farmed Salmon at Whole Foods Market http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/blog/truth-about-farmed-salmon-whole-foods-market "The mild, satisfying flavor and melt-in-your mouth texture of farmed salmon is pleasing to kids and adults alike, yet unanswered questions about its origins may leave a bad taste in your mouth." Salmon Farming Gets Leaner and Greener http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/03/140319-salmon-farming-sustainable-aquaculture/ "Rich in protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids and low in saturated fats, salmon is increasingly being marketed as a healthy food." ____________________ DNews is dedicated to satisfying your curiosity and to bringing you mind-bending stories & perspectives you won't find anywhere else! New videos twice daily. Watch More DNews on TestTube http://testtube.com/dnews Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel DNews on Twitter http://twitter.com/dnews Trace Dominguez on Twitter https://twitter.com/tracedominguez Tara Long on Twitter https://twitter.com/TaraLongest DNews on Facebook https://facebook.com/DiscoveryNews DNews on Google+ http://gplus.to/dnews Discovery News http://discoverynews.com Download the TestTube App: http://testu.be/1ndmmMq
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Price trends and risks for seafood from Global Seafood Marketing Conference

Price trends and risks for seafood from Global Seafood Marketing Conference

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  • Updated: 29 Jan 2015
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Seafood Mercury and Neurological Risks for Future Babies

Seafood Mercury and Neurological Risks for Future Babies

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Women considering pregnancy need to know about the risks of potential mercury poisoning by eating seafood due to it's potential neurological damage to their children.
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RASS - Risk Assessment for Sourcing Seafood: Tutorial 2 of 2

RASS - Risk Assessment for Sourcing Seafood: Tutorial 2 of 2

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RASS - Risk Assessment for Sourcing Seafood. SEAFISH has developed a free online risk assessment tool (known as RASS) that will help buyers to make quick and sound judgements on the risks they face when sourcing seafood at stock level and at fisheries level. In this second video tutorial on the RASS online tool, we show how to register your own online account, add 'Fisheries Profiles' to your 'basket' and save, download or print PDFs of these fisheries profiles. By registering an account you can save your searches and save the contents of your basket. You can manage your account details at any time. No payments are required! View the complete playlist: http://goo.gl/sHPKYD RASS will build on the information contained in the Seafish Responsible Sourcing Guides (RSGs), which currently covers 38 species (and around 300 stocks). RASS fishery profiles are written, edited and updated by independent scientists - including our main partner CEFAS (Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquatic Science). All RASS profiles are peer-reviewed to ensure consistency. RASS will discuss mitigation measures employed to address significant issues affecting wild species landed or imported into the UK. In time, ethical, welfare, and safety information will be added, as well as nutritional signposts. RASS is an essential resource through which commercial seafood operations can assess their exposure to reputational hazards. Go to the RASS Tool: http://www.seafish.org/rass/ Download the RASS Factsheet: http://goo.gl/wl6iln Project Commissioned by Seafish Launch Date: 18 September 2014 Video and post-production: CityPress Narrator: Brian Ford Producer: Denise Fraser Executive Producer for Seafish: Alex Caveen ©Seafish 2014
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Do Not Eat Tuna Ever Again Before It's Too Late! It Might Happen To You

Do Not Eat Tuna Ever Again Before It's Too Late! It Might Happen To You

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Fish is on many people’s everyday diet list, and the most present is tuna fish. It is recommended as a very healthy type of fish, but there are things you probably did not know about it. Tuna is the most harmful fish for consumption. Even though it is known as a great source of omega-3 fatty acids and proteins, it is a fish type exposed to mercury. That is a poisonous material which is disturbing the normal function of the organism. Along with other seafood types and fish, it contains great amounts of methyl and mercury that is causing damage to the central nervous system, especially the first year of life. It has been vertified that the tuna from the market shelves contains low levels of tuna, however, it would be much better to avoid it, or consume moderate amounts if you want to lower the risks related to the nervous system. This toxic aterila is accumulated in the meat of different fish while they are wtill in the water is contaminated industrially. This generates a progressive deterioration in the cognitive system of people. Tuna is gathered of different oceans and most of them are contaminated already whether it is radiation similar to Fukushima. Tuna intake can generate the appearance of cancer. With this video, we are not suggesting that you stop eating tuna, but try and limit its intake and reduce the risks of possible health threats.
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Mercury: From Source to Seafood

Mercury: From Source to Seafood

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A ten minute web-based film explaining how mercury enters the seafood we eat, why eating low-mercury fish is important for good health, and the need to keep mercury out of the environment. Learn more at http://www.dartmouth.edu/~toxmetal
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Omega 3s, Prostate Cancer, and Atrial Fibrillation

Omega 3s, Prostate Cancer, and Atrial Fibrillation

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Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter at http://www.nutritionfacts.org/subscribe and get a free excerpt from his latest NYT Bestseller HOW NOT TO DIE. (All proceeds Dr. Greger receives from his books, DVDs, and speaking go to charity). DESCRIPTION: Fish and fish oil consumption do not appear to protect against heart disease, arrhythmias, or sudden death, but why would they increase cancer risk? What? Fish oil doesn’t help with heart disease? I was as surprised as you. See: Is Fish Oil Just Snake Oil? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/is-fish-oil-just-snake-oil/) In terms of PCB contamination, see Food Sources of PCB Chemical Pollutants (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/food-sources-of-pcb-chemical-pollutants/) and PCBs in Children’s Fish Oil Supplements (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/pcbs-in-childrens-fish-oil-supplements). Our oceans and waterways have become humanity’s sewer; everything eventually flows into the sea. For discussion of all the other industrial contaminants that build up in the aquatic food chain, see: • Food Sources of Flame Retardant Chemicals (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/food-sources-of-flame-retardant-chemicals/) • Food Sources of Perfluorochemicals (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/food-sources-of-perfluorochemicals/) • Fish and Diabetes (http://www.nutritionfacts.org/video/fish-and-diabetes) • Diabetes and Dioxins (http://www.nutritionfacts.org/video/diabetes-and-dioxins) • Pollutants in Salmon and Our Own Fat (http://www.nutritionfacts.org/video/pollutants-in-salmon-and-our-own-fat) • Dioxins in U.S. Farm-Raised Catfish (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/dioxins-in-us-farm-raised-catfish) • Dietary Pollutants May Affect Testosterone Levels (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/dietary-pollutants-may-affect-testosterone-levels) • Flame Retardant Pollutants and Child Development (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/flame-retardant-pollutants-and-child-development) • Fish Consumption and Suicide (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/fish-consumption-and-suicide) • How Long to Detox From Fish Before Pregnancy (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/how-long-to-detox-from-fish-before-pregnancy/) For ways to decrease the risk of prostate cancer and slow its progression, see: • Ex Vivo Cancer Proliferation Bioassay (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/developing-an-ex-vivo-cancer-proliferation-bioassay/) • Prostate Cancer and Organic Milk vs. Almond Milk (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/prostate-cancer-and-organic-milk-vs-almond-milk/) • Flaxseed vs. Prostate Cancer (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/flaxseed-vs-prostate-cancer/) • Eggs, Choline, and Cancer (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/eggs-choline-and-cancer/) • Prostate Cancer Survival: The A/V Ratio (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/prostate-cancer-survival-the-av-ratio/) Have a question for Dr. Greger about this video? Leave it in the comment section at http://nutritionfacts.org/video/omega-3s-prostate-cancer-and-atrial-fibrillation and he'll try to answer it! http://www.NutritionFacts.org • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NutritionFacts.org • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nutrition_facts • Podcast: http://www.bit.ly/NFpodcast • Subscribe: http://http://nutritionfacts.org/subscribe/ • Donate: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/donate
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Foods to avoid when pregnant - what not to eat when pregnant ?

Foods to avoid when pregnant - what not to eat when pregnant ?

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here are some foods that you should avoid during pregnancy. Number One : Raw Meat Uncooked seafood and rare or undercooked beef or poultry should be avoided because of the risk of contamination with coliform bacteria, toxoplasmosis, and salmonella. Number Two : Deli Meat Deli meats have been known to be contaminated with listeria, which can cause miscarriage. Listeria has the ability to cross the placenta and may infect the baby, which could lead to infection or blood poisoning and may be life-threatening. If you are pregnant and you are considering eating deli meats, make certain that you reheat the meat until it is steaming. Number Three : Fish with Mercury Fish that contain high levels of mercury should be avoided. Mercury consumed during pregnancy has been linked to developmental delays and brain damage. A sample of these types of fish includes: shark, swordfish, king mackerel, and tilefish. Canned, chunk light tuna generally has a lower amount of mercury than other tuna, but still should only be eaten in moderation. Number Four : Smoked Seafood Refrigerated, smoked seafood often labeled as lox, nova style, kippered, or jerky should be avoided because it could be contaminated with listeria. These are safe to eat when they are in an ingredient in a meal that has been cooked, like a casserole. This type of fish is often found in the deli section of your grocery store. Canned or shelf-safe smoked seafood is usually fine to eat. Number Five : Soft Cheeses Imported soft cheeses may contain listeria. You would need to avoid soft cheeses such as brie, Camembert, Roquefort, feta, Gorgonzola, and Mexican style cheeses that include queso blanco and queso fresco, unless they clearly state that they are made from pasteurized milk. All soft non-imported cheeses made with pasteurized milk are safe to eat. Number Six : Raw Shellfish The majority of seafood-borne illness is caused by undercooked shellfish, which include oysters, clams, and mussels. Cooking helps prevent some types of infection, but it does not prevent the algae related infections that are associated with red tides. Raw shellfish pose a concern for everybody, and they should be avoided altogether during pregnancy. Number Seven : Raw Eggs Raw eggs or any foods that contain raw eggs should be avoided because of the potential exposure to salmonella. Some homemade Caesar dressings, mayonnaise, homemade ice cream or custards, and Hollandaise sauces may be made with raw eggs. If the recipe is cooked at some point, this will reduce the exposure to salmonella. Commercially manufactured ice cream, dressings, and eggnog is made with pasteurized eggs and do not increase the risk of salmonella. Restaurants should be using pasteurized eggs in any recipe that is made with raw eggs, such as Hollandaise sauce or dressings. Number Eight : Fish Exposed to Industrial Pollutants Avoid fish from contaminated lakes and rivers that may be exposed to high levels of polychlorinated biphenyls. This is primarily for those who fish in local lakes and streams. These fish include bluefish, striped bass, salmon, pike, trout, and walleye. Contact the local health department or Environmental Protection Agency to determine which fish are safe to eat in your area. Remember, this is regarding fish caught in local waters and not fish from your local grocery store. Number Nine : Unpasteurized Milk Unpasteurized milk may contain listeria. Make sure that any milk you drink is pasteurized. Number Ten : Pate Refrigerated pate or meat spreads should be avoided because they may contain the bacteria listeria. Canned pate or shelf-safe meat spreads can be eaten. Number Eleven : Caffeine Although most studies show that caffeine intake in moderation is permissible, there are others that show that caffeine intake may be related to miscarriages. Avoid caffeine during the first trimester to reduce the likelihood of a miscarriage. As a general rule, caffeine should be limited to fewer than 200 mg per day during pregnancy. Caffeine is a diuretic, which means it helps eliminate fluids from the body. Number Twelve : Alcohol There is NO amount of alcohol that is known to be safe during pregnancy, and therefore alcohol should be avoided during pregnancy. Prenatal exposure to alcohol can interfere with the healthy development of the baby. Depending on the amount, timing, and pattern of use, alcohol consumption during pregnancy can lead to Fetal Alcohol Syndrome or other developmental disorders. If you consumed alcohol before you knew you were pregnant, stop drinking now. You should continue to avoid alcohol during breastfeeding. Exposure of alcohol to an infant poses harmful risks, and alcohol does reach the baby during breastfeeding. Number Thirteen : Unwashed Vegetables. if you have a request for a video, be sure to leave it in the comment section below. thank you for watching. Take Care. Bye All Photos Licensed Under CC . Sources : www.pixabay.com www.americanpregnancy.org
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Deadly Poisonous: Hidden Risks in Fish and Shellfish (2/2)

Deadly Poisonous: Hidden Risks in Fish and Shellfish (2/2)

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http://SupremeMasterTV.com • AW1544; Aired on 6 Dec 2010 Seafood poisoning is caused by consuming fish or shellfish tainted with toxins. We speak to medical experts around the world who discusses the causes, symptoms and treatment of seafood poisoning. The safest prevention is to stop consumption of seafood - you not only save marine lives but possibly save your own life. • Please share those videos through facebook and other means. Subscribe, comment and like it are fully appreciated. The videos are in the public domain and free to use in any beneficial way. Download Link: http://video.suprememastertv.com/daily/2010.12.06/AW1544.wmv Prev: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ANIeYieFzo
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From Spain With Love: Ep 105 "Seafood To Die For" - Exclusive Clip

From Spain With Love: Ep 105 "Seafood To Die For" - Exclusive Clip

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If you don't love seafood, you're simply not Spanish. This episode brings audiences closer to the seafood of Spain than they've ever been before as Annie helps the female clam diggers of Galicia gather all they can before the tides come in and risks dangerous surf in search of percebes (goose barnacles), a Spanish delicacy. **Catch FROM SPAIN WITH LOVE Saturdays at 9:30 pm on Cooking Channel U.S.; Thursdays at 7:00 pm on Food Network Canada.**
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Deadly Poisonous: Hidden Risks in Fish and Shellfish (1/2)

Deadly Poisonous: Hidden Risks in Fish and Shellfish (1/2)

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http://SupremeMasterTV.com • AW1537; Aired on 29 Nov 2010 Seafood poisoning is caused by consuming fish or shellfish tainted with toxins. We speak to medical experts around the world who discusses the causes, symptoms and treatment of seafood poisoning. The safest prevention is to stop consumption of seafood - you not only save marine lives but possibly save your own life. • Please share those videos through facebook and other means. Subscribe, comment and like it are fully appreciated. The videos are in the public domain and free to use in any beneficial way. Download Link: http://video.suprememastertv.com/daily/2010.11.29/AW1537.wmv Next: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xnHc1VAf-4
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Dear Megan Fox: Pregnant Women Should Eat More Seafood Not Less

Dear Megan Fox: Pregnant Women Should Eat More Seafood Not Less

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Celebrities Don't Have All the Answers With 17 million followers on Twitter, Kim Kardashian has an enormous opportunity to improve lives simply by sharing accurate information with her fans. Unfortunately she missed one of those opportunities recently when she spoke to the Daily Mail about her pregnancy. According to the tabloid she is longing for seafood "although she knows it's not encouraged for pregnant women." That's wrong. Experts say pregnant women should eat more seafood, not less. • The USDA's Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend everyone, including pregnant and breastfeeding women, eat 2 to 3 servings of a variety of seafood each week (8 to 12 ounces) to improve eye and brain development. • The World Health Organization (WHO) says there are increased brain development risks in babies whose mothers don't eat enough seafood during pregnancy. This is still news for far too many women including celebrities like Kardashian and Megan Fox. Ms. Fox recently told Jay Leno that she too craved seafood during her pregnancy but avoided it because of unfounded fears. Again, pregnant and breastfeeding women should eat at least 2 servings of seafood each week. It's difficult for new moms to separate fact from fiction especially when celebrities spread misinformation about limiting fish during pregnancy. But the negative consequences are very real. By raising unfounded doubts about seafood, they are discouraging people, especially pregnant women, from giving their babies the nutrition they need for the best start in life. Everyone should follow the recommendations to eat their fish during pregnancy. And celebrities should use their huge audiences to spread the word about the importance of eating fish to ensure a healthy pregnancy.
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