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Don't Eat These Types Of Fish If You Love Your Life

Aquatic life are numerous that science is yet to discover all aquatic life in existence. There are different species of fish, some are good and convenient for human consumption while others are not.

It is important that we learn or understand those fish that might not be healthy for our consumption. Note that you have millions of aquatic food to chose from, do not insist on eating these fishes listed below as they can be very detrimental to your health. 

These fish on a normal are supposed to be good for man's consumption, but their breeding place can be hazardous to man's health. Therefore, take note of these fish below and stay off it as much as you can. 

1- Yellow fin Tuna

These type of fish are mostly found in industrial regions where pollutants are easily deposited into the water, the fish have adapted to that situation over time and can live there.

According to research by Scrips Institute of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego explained that such contaminants would include pesticides and polychlorinated biphenyls or PCBs which will not be good for man's consumption.

2- Panga

It is believed that people eat fish due to its nutritional value, however the Panga which is found mostly in Vietnam is known to be the fish with the least nutrients ever. It is smooth and does not contain any form of thorns whatsoever.

Panga contains only small quantity of omega-3 fatty acids.

3- Mackerel

Mackerel is a common fish eaten in many parts of the world, restaurant use it a lot for their business, however, the World Health Organization (WHO) declares this fish dangerous for human consumption, this is due to the fact that the fish contains more of mercury inside.

At this point, it is pertinent that you watch out for these type of fish and stay away from it in order to save your life. Please feel free to share with family and friends. Thanks.

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