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

    published: 16 Jan 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
  • The Hidden Dangers Of Shellfish

    Is Shellfish REALLY That Dangerous??? Shellfish, consisting of crustaceans (lobster, shrimp, and crab to name a few), along with mollusks (oysters, snails, clams, squid, and many others) are actually very damaging to your health and body indeed. Did you know that shellfish has been linked to various diseases, allergens, cancers, and viruses — and can even: - Pollute your immune system? - Infect your body with harmful bacteria? - Poison your body with dangerous chemicals and antibiotics, especially if farm-raised? - Plague your body with sickness and disease, especially if left untreated and/or undercooked? - Spread disease and allergies, especially if left raw? - Trigger harmful toxins that could be damaging to you and your family's health? - Cause even more problems, such as heart ...

    published: 03 Sep 2016
  • Top 3 Best Fish vs. Worst Fish to Eat: Thomas DeLauer

    Learn the 3 Safest fish to eat! I'll teach you more at http://www.ThomasDeLauer.com We are going to go over the top 3 fish to eat and the fish that you may want to avoid. Fish can become contaminated in a number of ways - size, species, age and location determine contamination levels. Heavy Metals: Mercury and Lead- Mercury is known to cause many health problems and is especially dangerous for children and women who are or may become pregnant. It can take 12-18 months for mercury to pass through the body, so women who may become pregnant should also work hard to avoid mercury. The nervous system and kidneys are the main targets of mercury. Children exposed to mercury may cause mental development problems, including coordination and learning handicaps. Anyone can experience mercury health ...

    published: 22 Nov 2016
  • The Scary Truth About Eating Fish! Dr Michael Greger

    Is it safe to eat fish? Should we eat fish to get omega 3? Is tuna safe to eat? If we don't eat fish where will we get omega 3 from? What impact does eating fish have on our oceans and environment? Is it dangerous to eat fish? Are fish oil supplements dangerous to take? Should we be worried about the mercury in fish? Keep listening as Dr Michael Greger answers these questions..... This is for educational purposes only and no copyright infringement is intended. Studies & Data; 2.7 Trillion Animals http://www.fishcount.org.uk/published/std/fishcountstudy.pdf 90 Million http://ocean.nationalgeographic.com/ocean/global-fish-crisis-article/ Fishless oceans 2048 http://science.sciencemag.org/content/314/5800/787 Ocean Pollutions http://www.iflscience.com/environment/chemical-pollution-fou...

    published: 20 Apr 2017
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Health Alert: Pescetarian diet lowers colon cancer risk

    CINCINNATI (Liz Bonis) -- A new report said one diet stood out when it comes to fighting cancer. The diet stood out not because of what people take away but because of what people added to it. There's some thought people would all rather add to than take away for any health benefit. For example people would rather add red wine, to fight heart disease, to the burgers and fries rather than take away the fast food. So in this case, to fight colon cancer people might want to add a great catch and eat what's called a pescetarian diet. Seafood is the key ingredient in the pescetarian diet. It's really salmon, or other fish, with a vegetarian diet. So that means fruits and vegetables make up the bulk of the diet along with fish. Researchers said the combo was so effective for lowering colon cance...

    published: 01 Jul 2015
  • 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
  • Price trends and risks for seafood from Global Seafood Marketing Conference

    published: 29 Jan 2015
  • Online tool for health risk-benefit communication about seafood consumption - Eng. Fien Minnens

    Pitch presentation by Dr Eng. Fien Minnens (Ghent University) at the VLIZ Science Symposium: the Ocean and Human Health (06.09.217 at Oostende, Belgium). Abstract: Seafood is widely recognized as an important component of a healthy diet. As we gain more knowledge on contaminants in seafood, concerns are being raised over the risks associated and there is debate on the communication dilemma concerning the nutritional-toxicological conflict. Although health benefits outweigh the health risks for the general population, there is a need for caution when it concerns more vulnerable groups such as pregnant women and children. In order to tailor messages based on consumers’ profile and consumption pattern, online interactive tools grant new opportunities, with consumers increasingly using the i...

    published: 20 Sep 2017
  • Top 5 benefits of consuming fish and seafood

    Dr. Bruce Holub discusses the Top 5 benefits of consuming fish and seafood. http://smr.newswire.ca/en/clover-leaf-seafoods/clover-leaf-take-5-top-5

    published: 22 Nov 2010
  • Health Benefits of Seafood

    Health Benefits of Seafood SEAFOOD IS LOW IN FAT Seafood averages less than 2% fat. For slimmers, seafood is all good news. All seafood is low in kilojoules, with fewer kilojoules than even the leanest meat or chicken. And of course with seafood you don't need to trim any fat. Just grill, barbecue, bake, steam, poach or microwave seafood to keep a low kilojoule count. FISH IS LOW IN CHOLESTEROL Cholesterol is an essential part of all living animal tissue. But levels of cholesterol can be too high if we eat too much saturated fat. Seafood has very little fat of any kind and what it does have is mostly unsaturated fat. Eating fish two or three times a week can help lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease. SEAFOOD IS HIGH IN PROTEIN Seafood is an excellent source of top qualit...

    published: 02 Dec 2015
  • 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
  • High-Stakes Dining: Dare to Taste the Poison Puffer Fish?

    To eat fugu is to put your life on the line. That's why Japanese chefs must train for years before serving the notoriously poison puffer fish to the public. For more than 45 years, chef Sasaki has served this potentially lethal delicacy to patrons in his Tokyo restaurant. Feeling hungry? SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This story is a part of our Flavors series, where we do so much more than play with our food. Come with us as we dive into deliciously different and tastefully off-beat stories in the culinary world. Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: http://goo.gl/2KABeX Make our acquaintance on Facebook: http://goo.gl/Vn0XIZ Give us a shout on Twitter: http://goo.gl/sY1GLY Come hang with us on Vimeo: http://goo.gl/T0OzjV Visit our world directly: http://www.greatbigstory.com

    published: 21 Apr 2016
  • FDA alert failing in seafood inspections

    HEADLINE: FDA alert failing in seafood inspections CAPTION: Despite the FDA issuing an alert of seafood imported from China, an Associated Press investigation shows that a quarter of imported food comes into the US and is not tested for banned chemicals. [Notes:ANCHOR VOICE] NB. This is a voiceover transcript, not a full shotlist: Pacific American Fish Company in Los Angeles imports tons of seafood from China every month. Shipments like these of eel and catfish from China are now under much closer scrutiny, due to a new government alert calling for special screening of Chinese seafood imports. SOT: Paul Yee, Pacific American Fish Co. The import alerts went into affect in June amid concerns from federal officials that some of the millions of pounds of seafoo...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • CHEF RISKS LIFE TO COOK DANGEROUS 72 Hour Rare Taiwanese Food

    Taiwanese Food - Travel Taiwan - Food in Taiwan - Street Food Restaurant - http://www.unclesheep.com.tw/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chopsticktravel/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/derpyluke/ We visited a legendary restaurant in Taiwan! A 72 hour mutton hot pot! Buried under ground for three days heated in a walk in furnace with rice hulls! One of the best meals of my entire life! Make sure to check it out and follow me on Instagram for updates! ======================================================== Hey there, my name's Luke Martin! I travel in search of local Street Food! I am always on the lookout for the best most unique hole-in-the-walls and tasty Street Food snacks! I am currently doing my best to document as much of the local Street Food here in Taiwan! This usual...

    published: 22 May 2017
  • Japanese Street Food - GIANT CONCH & CLAM Okinawa Japan Seafood

    In Okinawa, Japan giant clams and conches are usually found in seafood markets. All parts of the conch meat are edible. In East Asian cuisines, this seafood is often cut into thin slices and then steamed or stir-fried. The large conch shells have been used as trumpets (Horagai) in Japan for many centuries. The instrument, which has served a number of purposes throughout Japanese history, has been given a number of Japanese names depending on its function. 沖縄では、日本の貝類や貝は、通常、海産物市場で発見されています。コンチング肉のすべての部分は食べられる。東アジアの料理では、このシーフードはしばしば薄切りにしてから蒸したり、炒めたりします。 大型の貝殻は何世紀にもわたって日本ではトランペットとして使用されています。日本の歴史を通じて多くの目的を果たしたこの楽器には、その機能に応じていくつかの日本の名前が付けられています。

    published: 29 Jul 2017
  • Sustainable Seafood and You | Sara Thomas | TEDxFAUJupiter

    Thomas mentions that even though the movement of consumer awareness has grown and disseminated throughout grocery stores and marketplaces, it has been slow to spread the impact of the seafood industry in the United States. As a result, over 75% of the wildcaught fisheries are overfished at unsustainable levels and one-third of the shrimp in the U.S. are mislabeled. In this talk, Thomas proposes a series of suggestions to the average consumer that she believes will change our behaviors as seafood consumers. Sara Thomas is a senior at the Harriet L Wilkes Honors College of Florida Atlantic University majoring in Marine Biology and minoring in Environmental Studies. She will be attending graduate school in the Fall to pursue a career in fisheries and fisheries management. Sara is passionate ...

    published: 27 Apr 2015
  • Japanese Street Food - GIANT COCONUT CRAB Seafood Okinawa Japan

    The coconut crab (Birgus latro) is a species of terrestrial hermit crab, also known as the robber crab or palm thief. It is the largest land-living arthropod in the world, and is probably at the upper size limit for terrestrial animals with exoskeletons in recent times, with a weight of up to 4.1 kg (9.0 lb). It can grow to up to 1 m (3 ft 3 in) in length from leg to leg. The large size of the coconut crab and the quality of its meat means that the coconut crab is extensively hunted and is very rare on islands with a human population. The coconut crab is eaten by Southeast Asians and Pacific Islanders and is considered a delicacy and an aphrodisiac. The pincers of the coconut crab are powerful enough to cause noticeable pain to a human; furthermore, the coconut crab will often keep its ...

    published: 23 Jun 2017
  • ALIEN SHRIMP Thailand Street Food

    Watch live Stomatopods being prepared and eaten in Thailand, one female with eggs and one male. Called "sea locusts" by ancient Assyrians, "prawn killers" in Australia and now sometimes referred to as "thumb splitters" – because of the animal's ability to inflict painful gashes if handled incautiously – mantis shrimps sport powerful claws that are used to attack and kill prey by spearing, stunning, or dismembering. In captivity, some larger species can break through aquarium glass with a single strike.

    published: 15 Apr 2017
  • The Consequences of Undercooked Seafood : Nutrition Advice

    Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowhealth Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowhealth Eating seafood raw or under cooked puts you at risk for food borne illness. Learn about the consequences of undercooked seafood with help from a nutrition specialist in this free video clip. Expert: Kacy Grossman Bio: Kacy Grossman earned her bachelor's of science in Clinical Nutrition and a minor in Psychology from the University of California, Davis in 2008. Filmmaker: Marton Varo Series Description: You're never too young to start thinking more about ways to inject additional nutrition into your life. Get nutrition advice with help from a nutrition specialist in this free video series.

    published: 02 May 2014
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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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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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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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The Hidden Dangers Of Shellfish

The Hidden Dangers Of Shellfish

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Is Shellfish REALLY That Dangerous??? Shellfish, consisting of crustaceans (lobster, shrimp, and crab to name a few), along with mollusks (oysters, snails, clams, squid, and many others) are actually very damaging to your health and body indeed. Did you know that shellfish has been linked to various diseases, allergens, cancers, and viruses — and can even: - Pollute your immune system? - Infect your body with harmful bacteria? - Poison your body with dangerous chemicals and antibiotics, especially if farm-raised? - Plague your body with sickness and disease, especially if left untreated and/or undercooked? - Spread disease and allergies, especially if left raw? - Trigger harmful toxins that could be damaging to you and your family's health? - Cause even more problems, such as heart disease, obesity, and even high cholesterol? Since shellfish are known to clean and filter the waste of the sea, shellfish will absorb and eat just about anything. And, whatever that shellfish eats, you eat as well. Even Our Father YAHUAH Commands us not to eat shellfish, or any fish that does not have fins and scales — as spoken of in the Torah: Bayikra/Leviticus 11 and Dabariym/Deuteronomy 14. But YAHUAH, YAHUSHA, and even Scripture Itself also speaks of the consequences of remaining unclean and lawlessness, both in the Old AND New Testaments. How Dangerous Is Shellfish REALLY?!?! THE TRUTH REVEALED!!! SEE THE CONSEQUENCES OF EATING SHELLFISH — BOTH MEDICALLY AND SPIRITUALLY! AND AS ALWAYS, SEEK YAHUAH AND HIS TRUE SON YAHUSHA — THAT WAY YOU CAN BE HEALED MORE EFFECTIVELY!!!!!!! ALSO SEE — Learn More About Pork! https://youtu.be/ZqiGtPy-kKg ALSO SEE — Clean And Unclean Foods: https://youtu.be/86UvgCHPerg LEARN MORE! LS: http://www.theluxuryspot.com/reasons-shellfish-is-unhealthy/ SFG: http://healthyeating.sfgate.com/risk-shellfish-2026.html Dr. Axe: https://draxe.com/shrimp-good-5-scary-shrimp-nutrition-facts/ Medical Research CU: http://newsroom.cumc.columbia.edu/blog/2016/06/22/study-finds-contagious-cancers-spreading-among-several-species-shellfish/ FARE: https://www.foodallergy.org/allergens/shellfish-allergy NG: http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/2015/04/09/selfish-shellfish-cells-cause-contagious-clam-cancer/ NCBI: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23079141 VIEW HELPFUL SCRIPTURES HERE! Leviticus 11:9-12: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Leviticus+11&version=KJV Deuteronomy 14:9-10: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=deuteronomy+14&version=KJV Isaiah 66:15-17: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah+66&version=KJV Matthew 7:21-23: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=matthew+7&version=KJV Luke 13:25-27: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=luke+13&version=KJV 1 Corinthians 6:9-10: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1+corinthians+6&version=KJV Ephesians 5:3-5: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ephesians+5&version=KJV As of right now, I will NO LONGER be promoting the Cepher or ANY version of Scriptures on my channel. To find out why, or if you’re looking for the best Scriptures to use with YAHUAH And YAHUSHA in them, or if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please email me (Place "Scriptures" In The Title): “TruthUnveiled77@gmail.com" VIEW “BE DECEIVED NO MORE” PLAYLIST! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEoPvp8W8nAzlwbcmY866wTGYWUsW3ngt VIEW “TORAH TRUTH” PLAYLIST! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEoPvp8W8nAxBL6ooLeM86bv3sRZ5_qLH
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Top 3 Best Fish vs. Worst Fish to Eat: Thomas DeLauer

Top 3 Best Fish vs. Worst Fish to Eat: Thomas DeLauer

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Learn the 3 Safest fish to eat! I'll teach you more at http://www.ThomasDeLauer.com We are going to go over the top 3 fish to eat and the fish that you may want to avoid. Fish can become contaminated in a number of ways - size, species, age and location determine contamination levels. Heavy Metals: Mercury and Lead- Mercury is known to cause many health problems and is especially dangerous for children and women who are or may become pregnant. It can take 12-18 months for mercury to pass through the body, so women who may become pregnant should also work hard to avoid mercury. The nervous system and kidneys are the main targets of mercury. Children exposed to mercury may cause mental development problems, including coordination and learning handicaps. Anyone can experience mercury health effects, including: fatigue, dizziness, numbness or tingling, memory and coordination problems, irritability.If enough mercury is consumed, permanent brain and kidney damage can occur. Large, older, or predatory fish have more time and eat more contaminated foods, allowing heavy metals to bioaccumulate. Industrial Chemicals- PCBs, dioxins, DDT and other chemicals can leach from factories or garbage into our waters. These chemicals are related to cancer risk. Bottom dwelling fish are the most susceptible to these toxins, including the American eel, sea trout and wild striped bass. Radiation- The Fukushima nuclear disaster is one of the most widely discussed radiation events that has an impact on what we eat. Radiation is known to cause cancer, so avoiding foods high in radioactive compounds is important. Researching your fish choices online is the best way to avoid consuming fish that come from an area high in radiation. Choosing Fish for Your Family- The Environmental Defense Fund Seafood Selector is a great benefit when deciding what fish to avoid and what fish to load up on. Given the above concerns while also weighing in health and deliciousness, here is the list of the top three fish: (1) Pacific Sardines (US and Canada): -Low in mercury -Sustainably fished -High in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins B12, B2, B3, D, selenium, phosphorus, calcium, copper and more -They are inexpensive and easy to find canned. (2) Wild Alaskan Salmon: -Salmon is one of the most delicious fish, rich in healthy fats. -Low in mercury and sustainably fished -Contains bioactive peptides that may support for cartilage, insulin and inflammation. -High in vitamins B12, B3, D, selenium, omega-3 fatty acids, phosphorus, B6 and many others. (3) Muscles: -Low in mercury and one of the most sustainably fished seafood sources out there -High in selenium, omega-3s, B12, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus and many others. Seafood to Avoid: Due to toxins and sustainability, it is best to stay away from these types of seafood. (1) Shark: -Anything this high up on the food chain is going to be a red flag when it comes to toxins.Predators consume other fish and their toxins. The higher up on the food chain, the higher the levels of mercury and toxins in the fish. Adding to the health dangers is the unsustainable fishing practices. Sharks have long gestation periods, taking a long time to mature and have offspring. This makes overfishing or depleting their numbers easy to do. Most shark species are experiencing a large decline due to fishing, being caught as bycatch and for fins in Asia. (2) Tuna: A favorite among many sushi goers is unfortunately very high in mercury and horrible for sustainability. Some tuna is much better for you and the environment than others. If you do consume tuna, US yellowfin is the best option. Canned albacore tuna is high in mercury and should be avoided. Bluefin and imported albacore are the worst tuna options for health and sustainability - do your best to avoid these. Canned light tuna is better for you than canned white tuna when it comes to mercury, with about ⅓ the mercury content of canned white tuna. (3) Farmed Tilapia: Farmed tilapia in the US is often imported from China and Taiwan where the conditions and chemicals used are very troublesome. (4) Swordfish: All swordfish, being large hunters, are high in mercury. They are also fished very unsustainably, with large bycatch of sea turtles, sharks and seabirds. References 1. Mussel nutrition and health benefits http://canadiancove.com/recipes/nutrition_and_health 2. EDF Seafood Selector http://seafood.edf.org/guide/best 3. Salmon http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=104 4. Sardines http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=147 5. Mercury in Seafood http://seafood.edf.org/mercury-seafood 6. Common questions about contaminants in seafood http://seafood.edf.org/common-questions-about-contaminants-seafood 7. The lingering effects of fukushima on fish http://time.com/4241443/fukushima-disaster-food-safety/
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The Scary Truth About Eating Fish! Dr Michael Greger

The Scary Truth About Eating Fish! Dr Michael Greger

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Is it safe to eat fish? Should we eat fish to get omega 3? Is tuna safe to eat? If we don't eat fish where will we get omega 3 from? What impact does eating fish have on our oceans and environment? Is it dangerous to eat fish? Are fish oil supplements dangerous to take? Should we be worried about the mercury in fish? Keep listening as Dr Michael Greger answers these questions..... This is for educational purposes only and no copyright infringement is intended. Studies & Data; 2.7 Trillion Animals http://www.fishcount.org.uk/published/std/fishcountstudy.pdf 90 Million http://ocean.nationalgeographic.com/ocean/global-fish-crisis-article/ Fishless oceans 2048 http://science.sciencemag.org/content/314/5800/787 Ocean Pollutions http://www.iflscience.com/environment/chemical-pollution-found-in-animals-living-in-the-deepest-oceans/ Fish exceeds safety guidlines https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17637492 Methyl mercury & Fish https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18029503 Fish & Heart attacks https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17956606 Vaccines v tuna https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18332715 Algae supplements https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18589030 Fish & mercury fillings https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12900074 Dr Greger's YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/NutritionFactsOrg Dr Greger’s website http://nutritionfacts.org/ DR GREGER'S BOOK - HOW NOT TO DIE http://www.amazon.com/How-Not-Die-Discover-Scientifically/dp/1250066115/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1452502535&sr=8-1&keywords=how+not+to+die http://nutritionfacts.org/book/ Follow me on instagram @801010inlondon I believe a low fat raw food vegan diet is optimal for humans however a low fat plant based diet is still a wonderful way to start improving your health, lose weight, cure diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, cancer, IBS &Crohns, migraines, etc! Other authors I recommend are; Dr Doug Graham Dr Herbert Shelton Dr T C Fry Arnold Ehret Loren Lockman David Klein Norman Walker Don Bennett Dr. Robert Morse Jay Kordich Max and Charlotte Gerson Paul Bragg Dr Michael Greger Dr John McDougall Dr T. Colin Campbell Dr Neal Barnard Dr Caldwell Esselstyn People Who Have Inspired Me; Dan McDonald Life Regenerator Freelee the Banana Girl Fullyraw Kristina Lou Corona
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Should You Avoid Farmed Fish?

Should You Avoid Farmed Fish?

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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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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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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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Health Alert: Pescetarian diet lowers colon cancer risk

Health Alert: Pescetarian diet lowers colon cancer risk

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CINCINNATI (Liz Bonis) -- A new report said one diet stood out when it comes to fighting cancer. The diet stood out not because of what people take away but because of what people added to it. There's some thought people would all rather add to than take away for any health benefit. For example people would rather add red wine, to fight heart disease, to the burgers and fries rather than take away the fast food. So in this case, to fight colon cancer people might want to add a great catch and eat what's called a pescetarian diet. Seafood is the key ingredient in the pescetarian diet. It's really salmon, or other fish, with a vegetarian diet. So that means fruits and vegetables make up the bulk of the diet along with fish. Researchers said the combo was so effective for lowering colon cancer risk those who at that way had a bigger drop in colon cancer, than those who ate the vegan way. Vegan uses just plant proteins instead of fish such as beans and no animal products at all. Those who ate the pescetarian way dropped colon and rectal cancer risk 16 percent. It was likely that the seafood works against inflammation which has been linked to certain cancers. Inflammation is a silent marker in the blood that may play a role in several top risks such as cancer and heart disease. And that means people negate it by eating anti-inflammatory foods. Or it's like eating natural aspirin, which is what fish or seafood might be in the body. Follow Liz Bonis on Twitter @lbonis1, and LIKE her on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter @Local12 and LIKE us on Facebook for updates!
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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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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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Online tool for health risk-benefit communication about seafood consumption - Eng. Fien Minnens

Online tool for health risk-benefit communication about seafood consumption - Eng. Fien Minnens

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Pitch presentation by Dr Eng. Fien Minnens (Ghent University) at the VLIZ Science Symposium: the Ocean and Human Health (06.09.217 at Oostende, Belgium). Abstract: Seafood is widely recognized as an important component of a healthy diet. As we gain more knowledge on contaminants in seafood, concerns are being raised over the risks associated and there is debate on the communication dilemma concerning the nutritional-toxicological conflict. Although health benefits outweigh the health risks for the general population, there is a need for caution when it concerns more vulnerable groups such as pregnant women and children. In order to tailor messages based on consumers’ profile and consumption pattern, online interactive tools grant new opportunities, with consumers increasingly using the internet for health and nutrition information. Read more: - VLIZ Science Symposium: the Ocean and Human Health: http://www.vliz.be/en/event/2017-08-08-vliz-science-symposium-oceans-and-human-health - Dr Edouard Delcroix Prize: http://www.vliz.be/en/dr-edouard-delcroix-prize - Dr Eng. Fien Minnens: http://www.vliz.be/en/imis?module=person&persid=35154
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Top 5 benefits of consuming fish and seafood

Top 5 benefits of consuming fish and seafood

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Dr. Bruce Holub discusses the Top 5 benefits of consuming fish and seafood. http://smr.newswire.ca/en/clover-leaf-seafoods/clover-leaf-take-5-top-5
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Health Benefits of Seafood

Health Benefits of Seafood

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Health Benefits of Seafood SEAFOOD IS LOW IN FAT Seafood averages less than 2% fat. For slimmers, seafood is all good news. All seafood is low in kilojoules, with fewer kilojoules than even the leanest meat or chicken. And of course with seafood you don't need to trim any fat. Just grill, barbecue, bake, steam, poach or microwave seafood to keep a low kilojoule count. FISH IS LOW IN CHOLESTEROL Cholesterol is an essential part of all living animal tissue. But levels of cholesterol can be too high if we eat too much saturated fat. Seafood has very little fat of any kind and what it does have is mostly unsaturated fat. Eating fish two or three times a week can help lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease. SEAFOOD IS HIGH IN PROTEIN Seafood is an excellent source of top quality protein, and compares favourably with meat and chicken.
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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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High-Stakes Dining: Dare to Taste the Poison Puffer Fish?

High-Stakes Dining: Dare to Taste the Poison Puffer Fish?

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To eat fugu is to put your life on the line. That's why Japanese chefs must train for years before serving the notoriously poison puffer fish to the public. For more than 45 years, chef Sasaki has served this potentially lethal delicacy to patrons in his Tokyo restaurant. Feeling hungry? SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This story is a part of our Flavors series, where we do so much more than play with our food. Come with us as we dive into deliciously different and tastefully off-beat stories in the culinary world. Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: http://goo.gl/2KABeX Make our acquaintance on Facebook: http://goo.gl/Vn0XIZ Give us a shout on Twitter: http://goo.gl/sY1GLY Come hang with us on Vimeo: http://goo.gl/T0OzjV Visit our world directly: http://www.greatbigstory.com
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FDA alert failing in seafood inspections

FDA alert failing in seafood inspections

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HEADLINE: FDA alert failing in seafood inspections CAPTION: Despite the FDA issuing an alert of seafood imported from China, an Associated Press investigation shows that a quarter of imported food comes into the US and is not tested for banned chemicals. [Notes:ANCHOR VOICE] NB. This is a voiceover transcript, not a full shotlist: Pacific American Fish Company in Los Angeles imports tons of seafood from China every month. Shipments like these of eel and catfish from China are now under much closer scrutiny, due to a new government alert calling for special screening of Chinese seafood imports. SOT: Paul Yee, Pacific American Fish Co. The import alerts went into affect in June amid concerns from federal officials that some of the millions of pounds of seafood coming into the U-S from China could pose long-term health risks. It's the Food and Drug Administration that inspects food products coming to U-S shores. And despite some of the tightest F-D-A inspection safeguards now in place, there are indications that tons of suspect Chinese seafood have made it to U-S store shelves and American homes, even with the import alert. A spot check of seafood shipments by the Associated Press showed that the F-D-A's attempts to cast a safety net with the import alert were not working. One in four shipments reviewed by A-P were not stopped, which means a mountain of seafood went untested. While no illnesses have been reported since the alert went out, critics warn that the F-D-A is unable to meet it's own pledge to screen ever more amounts of seafood from China. Standup Bridge: "Even though some shipments slip through, FDA officials say overall their import alerts work. Officials here at Pacific American say they're doing all they can to comply with the seafood alerts. But they also say they're feeling the affects of more inspections. The F-D-A alert means Pacific American must hold more shipments for lab tests that they must pay for. SOT: Paul Yee, Pacific American Fish, Co. They expect more testing, and more shipments on hold, as the F-D-A plans to ramp up the number of tests of China fish imports. TAG You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/134b7b2c59a27e55686546910f1d4c96 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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CHEF RISKS LIFE TO COOK DANGEROUS 72 Hour Rare Taiwanese Food

CHEF RISKS LIFE TO COOK DANGEROUS 72 Hour Rare Taiwanese Food

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Taiwanese Food - Travel Taiwan - Food in Taiwan - Street Food Restaurant - http://www.unclesheep.com.tw/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chopsticktravel/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/derpyluke/ We visited a legendary restaurant in Taiwan! A 72 hour mutton hot pot! Buried under ground for three days heated in a walk in furnace with rice hulls! One of the best meals of my entire life! Make sure to check it out and follow me on Instagram for updates! ======================================================== Hey there, my name's Luke Martin! I travel in search of local Street Food! I am always on the lookout for the best most unique hole-in-the-walls and tasty Street Food snacks! I am currently doing my best to document as much of the local Street Food here in Taiwan! This usually sees me spending lots of times at the popular night markets, as well as the super local morning markets! I've eaten Street Food all around the world! You can see my videos on Street Food in Japan, Street Food in Hong Kong, Street Food in Taiwan and Street Food in Malaysia! I post 2-3 times a week mostly food, some travel. Music by Jazzinuf and DJ Quads THANKS FOR WATCHING! 2017, Gordon Ramsay, Taiwan Street Food, Taiwan
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Japanese Street Food - GIANT CONCH & CLAM Okinawa Japan Seafood

Japanese Street Food - GIANT CONCH & CLAM Okinawa Japan Seafood

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In Okinawa, Japan giant clams and conches are usually found in seafood markets. All parts of the conch meat are edible. In East Asian cuisines, this seafood is often cut into thin slices and then steamed or stir-fried. The large conch shells have been used as trumpets (Horagai) in Japan for many centuries. The instrument, which has served a number of purposes throughout Japanese history, has been given a number of Japanese names depending on its function. 沖縄では、日本の貝類や貝は、通常、海産物市場で発見されています。コンチング肉のすべての部分は食べられる。東アジアの料理では、このシーフードはしばしば薄切りにしてから蒸したり、炒めたりします。 大型の貝殻は何世紀にもわたって日本ではトランペットとして使用されています。日本の歴史を通じて多くの目的を果たしたこの楽器には、その機能に応じていくつかの日本の名前が付けられています。
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Sustainable Seafood and You | Sara Thomas | TEDxFAUJupiter

Sustainable Seafood and You | Sara Thomas | TEDxFAUJupiter

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Thomas mentions that even though the movement of consumer awareness has grown and disseminated throughout grocery stores and marketplaces, it has been slow to spread the impact of the seafood industry in the United States. As a result, over 75% of the wildcaught fisheries are overfished at unsustainable levels and one-third of the shrimp in the U.S. are mislabeled. In this talk, Thomas proposes a series of suggestions to the average consumer that she believes will change our behaviors as seafood consumers. Sara Thomas is a senior at the Harriet L Wilkes Honors College of Florida Atlantic University majoring in Marine Biology and minoring in Environmental Studies. She will be attending graduate school in the Fall to pursue a career in fisheries and fisheries management. Sara is passionate about individual efforts to make a positive difference on our oceans and the environment. She is thrilled to share this idea with you and encourages everyone out there to speak to what they are passionate about and never let the size of your dream hold you back! This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Japanese Street Food - GIANT COCONUT CRAB Seafood Okinawa Japan

Japanese Street Food - GIANT COCONUT CRAB Seafood Okinawa Japan

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The coconut crab (Birgus latro) is a species of terrestrial hermit crab, also known as the robber crab or palm thief. It is the largest land-living arthropod in the world, and is probably at the upper size limit for terrestrial animals with exoskeletons in recent times, with a weight of up to 4.1 kg (9.0 lb). It can grow to up to 1 m (3 ft 3 in) in length from leg to leg. The large size of the coconut crab and the quality of its meat means that the coconut crab is extensively hunted and is very rare on islands with a human population. The coconut crab is eaten by Southeast Asians and Pacific Islanders and is considered a delicacy and an aphrodisiac. The pincers of the coconut crab are powerful enough to cause noticeable pain to a human; furthermore, the coconut crab will often keep its hold for extended periods of time.
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ALIEN SHRIMP Thailand Street Food

ALIEN SHRIMP Thailand Street Food

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Watch live Stomatopods being prepared and eaten in Thailand, one female with eggs and one male. Called "sea locusts" by ancient Assyrians, "prawn killers" in Australia and now sometimes referred to as "thumb splitters" – because of the animal's ability to inflict painful gashes if handled incautiously – mantis shrimps sport powerful claws that are used to attack and kill prey by spearing, stunning, or dismembering. In captivity, some larger species can break through aquarium glass with a single strike.
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The Consequences of Undercooked Seafood : Nutrition Advice

The Consequences of Undercooked Seafood : Nutrition Advice

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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowhealth Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowhealth Eating seafood raw or under cooked puts you at risk for food borne illness. Learn about the consequences of undercooked seafood with help from a nutrition specialist in this free video clip. Expert: Kacy Grossman Bio: Kacy Grossman earned her bachelor's of science in Clinical Nutrition and a minor in Psychology from the University of California, Davis in 2008. Filmmaker: Marton Varo Series Description: You're never too young to start thinking more about ways to inject additional nutrition into your life. Get nutrition advice with help from a nutrition specialist in this free video series.
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