If eating bottom dwellers was found to be carcinogenic, would people still consume them?
If it is true that you are what you eat and shell fish are the garbage disposals of the ocean, would it make sense that seafood would not be good to eat?
If someone told me that Shrimp was carcinogenic I would definitely stop eating them. As a matter of fact I would stop eating anything that I knew could cause cancer. Think most people would agree.
So you're saying that all shellfish are carcinogenic?
I think people will still eat them. People still smoke and it has been proven that smoking causes cancer. People still overeat and it is proven it causes heart disease and other problems. So I don't think all people would stop eating them.
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