With all the conflicting information about ‘good’ and ‘bad’ foods out there, it’s a relief to know that there’s one food everyone seems to agree on.
Fish is one of the most nutrient-dense sources of protein available.
It’s rich in Omega 3 essential fatty acids, which support the brain, heart and numerous other body systems.
Fish is also relatively affordable, easy to prepare, and available in most parts of the world.
Whether tinned, baked, fresh or in sushi, fish is a staple that can find anywhere!
But – as usual, there’s a catch. Not ALL fish are good for you.
In fact, some are so toxic, they could poison you.
Worse, they could affect an unborn child’s neurological development.
In fact, the contaminant found in some fish can stay in your body for more than a year!
That’s why avoiding THESE particular types of fish named in our report is absolutely crucial.
If you eat fish – just every now and then – you MUST know about these dangers.