April 2008 Issue
Mercury More of a Menace in Tuna Sushi; 5 Tips for What to Do
Eating sushi has become an increasingly popular way to get your heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. But recent analyses have found alarmingly high mercury levels in some tuna sushi. EN suggest how to limit the risks.
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