I made tuna a pretty big part of my diet. Its fairly low cal, high in
protein, blah blah. The other day I caught something in the news about kids
being born with merc. poisoning because the mothers eat too much fish. I eat
like ten cans a week of the stuff myself, and the issue's been on my mind.
So, I did a little searching and came up with a couple of links that,
basically, tell me that I am poisoning myself with mercury.
I'm kind of at a loss here for what to do. Eat chicken breast instead? No,
wait, that's got pheromones. Hormones. I meant hormones. Then there's BSE in
the beef, and pork, hell, even the Bible tells you not to eat that!
So, then, seriously, I suppose this mercury poisoning is a serious thing and
I ought to cut down on tuna to, say... two cans a week?
Nope! One can. According to the gotmercury link two cans a week is overdoing
it for a 260 pound man!)
Speaking of depression (in the other thread and on another topic), are there
foods that are supposed to be good or bad for it?