Today I want to share the low levels of mercury list of fish so that you can start to make different choices in your grocery shopping.
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Welcome back to another episode of health hackers, I continue talking about mercury levels in fish. And I also want to share with you another way that mercury negatively impacts our health and that is that mercury will tend to concentrate in the area of our adrenal glands or pituitary gland and negatively impact our adrenals and our thyroid health as well. And that can slow our metabolism cause weight gain cause other thyroid related diseases and or be putting us on the path of burnout because our adrenals aren't functioning properly. So you don't want any of that. So I thought today I would be I would share the low levels of mercury list of fish so that you can start to make different choices in your grocery shopping. In the last episode I shared the medium levels and in the previous episode to that I shared the list of fish with high mercury levels so you'll have all of this information and can start shifting your buying habits and choosing to buy fish that have low levels of mercury in them in order to protect your brain health, your physical health and your longevity as a result. So the list of fish with low levels of mercury our Arctic cod, anchovies, butterfish, catfish and clams, domestic crabs, crawfish and crayfish, Atlantic croaker, flounder, Atlantic halibut, herring, North Atlantic and chub mackerel, as well as oysters, mullet, ocean perch, Pollock, canned fresh and wild salmon, scallops and sardines, shrimp, soul, squid, tilapia, trout, white fish, and waiting. So there's lots of choices for you. In fact, the list of low Mercury fish is longer than either the list of the high or the medium levels. So there are lots of choices for you and just having this information hopefully sets you up to be able to make better choices because you don't know what you don't know. Now that you do know, you can make better choices around your seafood to ensure that you aren't getting mercury into your body that your body and brain do not want.