How likely are you to eat fish since a heavy amount of radiation slip into the

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  1. Darknlovely3436 profile image82
    Darknlovely3436posted 7 years ago

    How likely are you to eat fish
    since a heavy amount of radiation slip into the ocean?

    its been reported that a heavy amount of radiation slip into the ocean from Japan ... how safe is the fish in the water?

  2. Donna Suthard profile image71
    Donna Suthardposted 7 years ago

    I am not afraid to eat  fish. The teachings I have learned, is that the body is neutral. Its our thoughts that create our reality. If I believe it will hurt me, or if I get upset about something, then yes I could be affected by eating the fish...Thank you.

  3. Jlbowden profile image88
    Jlbowdenposted 7 years ago


        Fish is still an important part of our diet, particularly for promoting cardiovascular health. To answer this question, it depends a lot on where the fish were caught and where they were brought in from.And possibly even the reputation of the fish market where they ended up at. I am particularly more concerned about the levels of mercury in some fish. Fish like swordfish and Yellow Fin Tuna. It may be wise to just start eating more canned Tuna and maybe Tilapia,Flounder and Salmon. These fish types have less mercury within them and also have been exposed less to radiation I would assume. On the other hand if I knew that fish contained a good amount of radiation, I would incorporate the use of Fish Oil capsules instead. I hope I answered your question somewhat?


  4. ptosis profile image72
    ptosisposted 7 years ago

    radiation shemiation - mecury - now that's something worldwide - and thie highest? That can of tuna - reccomended only once a week maximum - none for women with child....;

  5. Denise Handlon profile image89
    Denise Handlonposted 7 years ago

    Fish is so healthy.  I use this form of protein instead of red meat.  I have definitely altered my thinking of using tuna or other fish that will be coming out of the waters of the Pacific.  However, I'm not willing to not eat fish at all.  I think one has to be aware of what the source of the food is.  I'm an advocate of clean living, so if the fish, or any food, is tainted in anyway, well...of course it makes sense not to use that as a source of feeding our bodies. 

    Good question.

  6. nightwork4 profile image60
    nightwork4posted 7 years ago

    i still eat it. i'm thinking that the amount of radiation will be diluted by the vastness of the oceans. how much worse can it be compared to what we already dump in the ocean.

  7. joecseko profile image71
    joecsekoposted 7 years ago

    Oh sure, nightwork4. Radiation is diluted by the ocean. Did you really say that? Wow. no wonder the US is losing ground on the world stage!
    Ptosis is 100% correct with the response that it's the mercury, not radiation that's an issue. Radiation?


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