August 2005 Issue

Salmon, Tuna, Clams? Fishing
For Which Seafood Is Safe to Eat

Seafood is good for us, supplying omega-3 fatty acids that curb heart attack and stroke risk and show promise in heading off Alzheimer’s disease and mild depression. But headlines linking seafood to chemical and microbial contamination are troubling. EN dives into the murky waters and surfaces with some crystal clear advice on seafood safety.

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