Do you still eat tuna because you think it’s good for you?
Well, you're wrong all this time. In fact, the latest scientific research shows that eating tuna is hazardous to your health.
Canned tuna is the second most widely consumed seafood product in the United States. However, experts have a special concern about this kind of fish, and that is unwanted mercury contamination.
Tuna is usually gathered of different oceans and many of them are already contaminated whether it’s radiation similar to Fukushima.
Although it is verified that the tuna that comes to the supermarkets, supplies and fish stores contains a very low level of mercury that could kill you, it is better to diminish it and moderate its consumption to avoid any type of illness related to the nervous system.
Furthermore, the intake of tuna can certainly generate the appearance of cancer in several parts of the person’s body.
Therefore, we think it may be best for people to limit their consumption of tun. This is especially important for children, women who are pregnant, lactating or of childbearing age and those with weakened immune systems.