Eat Lots Of Tuna If You Want To Get Sick

Food For Thought:

Tuna is one of the most toxic fish that we can eat.

All large fish fall into that TOXIC category! Tuna is one of the larger varieties and lives longer so it has more time to absorb mercury from the over abundant supply in our oceans.  And with all the junk that is in our lakes and oceans today, well lets just say we shouldn’t be eating to much tuna anymore.  No one to blame but ourselves either.

Here is a few places it comes from: Body powders, broken thermometers, burning newspapers and building materials, calomel lotions, cereals, congenital intoxication, cosmetics, dental amalgams, diuretics, fabric softeners, felt, floor waxes, fungicides, germicides, grains, industrial waste, insecticides, laxatives, lumber, manufacture of paper and chlorine, medications, mercurochrome, paints, paper products, pesticides, photoengraving, polluted water, Preparation H, psoriasis ointment, seafoods (especially tuna and swordfish), sewage disposal, skin lightening creams, soft contact lens solution, suppositories, tanning leather, tattooing, (contaminated water), wood preservatives.

Here is what it does to you: Adrenal dysfunction, allergy, alopecia, anorexia, anxiety, birth defects, blushing, brain damage, cataracts, cerebral palsy, poor coordination / jerky movements, deafness, depression, dermatitis, discouragement, dizziness, drowsiness, eczema, emotional disturbances, excess saliva, fatigue, gum bleeding and soreness, headaches (band type), hearing loss, hyperactivity, hypothyroidism, forgetfulness, immune dysfunction, insomnia, irritability, joint pain, kidney damage, loss of self- control, memory loss, mental retardation, metallic taste, migraines, nervousness, nerve fibre degeneration, numbness, pain in limbs, rashes, retinitis, schizophrenia, shyness, speech disorders, suicidal tendencies, tingling, tremors (eyelids, lips, tongue, fingers, extremities), vision loss.

Kind of makes one think huh?

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