Fish and shellfish concentrate mercury in their bodies, often in the form of
methylmercury, ... For example, herring contains mercury levels at about 0.1 parts
per million, while shark contains .......
Tuna can contain mercury, so parents must choose wisely when serving it to their
kids, and be aware that school lunches may have unsafe levels.
Mar 26, 2015 ... Canned tuna has lower mercury levels than tuna steaks and sushi, and two
canned tuna meals a week is a safe threshold, the FDA says.
Oct 14, 2015 ... So the question is: At what level does mercury become poisonous? .... guy eating
light tuna, you could safely eat 9.5 five-ounce cans according ...
May 19, 2015 ... Consumer Reports is sounding the alarm about mercury in tuna, noting ...
Choose canned light tuna: Mercury levels are lower in canned light ...
Dec 31, 2014 ... But one of the most accessible and widely consumed forms of fish, canned tuna,
can be riddled with unsafe levels of mercury. In fact, just last ...
Mar 10, 2016 ... For more information about the specific mercury levels of your ... If you or your
kids regularly eat canned tuna, stick to light or skipjack tuna, and ...
2007 EPA Update on Current Levels of Mercury in Fish ... Even though canned
light tuna accounts for almost double the total mercury exposure as canned ...
Canned albacore tuna purchased by U.S. schools contains more mercury than ...
The levels of mercury in 11 samples of albacore canned tuna averaged 0.560 ...
It also issued an "action level" under which fish with more than 0.5 parts per
million (ppm) of ... The original draft listed canned tuna as a high-mercury product