How To Avoid Mercury Poisoning

If you’re a Fish junkie like me then you probably have to worry about Mercury poisoning. I consume a lot of Tuna, Salmon, viagra dosage Sardines and Shrimp throughout the week, yet I see no signs of Mercury poisoning.

I was heavily poisoned a few years back, which prompted me to cut the the 5 cans of Tuna I ate per day (35 cans of Tuna per WEEK for 2 months!). Within roughly 7 days, symptoms subsided and I was back to my old self. Nevertheless, I’ve been on an all-Fish diet for quite some time and I’m not noticing any Mercury poisoning symptoms so what gives?


No ones pimps Tea like me. I’m a proud and avid Tea drinker- from herbal to whatever you can IMAGINE, I drank every type of Tea out there (or at least I’d like to think so). Turns out my obsession with Tea’s been blunting all the Mercury I’ve been ingesting all along!

According to this study, Black Tea (I drink 1.3 liters of Stevia-sweetened decaf Black Tea per day) inhibits Mercury absorption, while Green Tea comes in a close 2nd (I drink 3 teabags of White Tea per day, which is more potent than Green Tea).

The study also concludes that Soy Protein, Wheat Bran and Oat Bran (I consume 40 grams of Oat Bran for breakfast) also inhibit Mercury absorption.

Fahad’s Take

The study suggests a cup with or after a Fishy meal. Before reading the study, I drank a 20 oz mixture of White, Green, Ginger, Peppermint and Dandelion Tea after my Tuna lunch. I drank 1.3 liters of decaf Black Tea after my Salmon dinner.

The Japanese eat a lot of raw Fish, which contains more Mercury than cooked Fish, yet their Mercury-poisoning incidents aren’t alarming. Why? They ingest a lot of Edamame (Soy Beans) and Green / Black Tea during meals.

4 Responses to “How To Avoid Mercury Poisoning”

  1. Anas Says:

    Very informative post, thanks. Can you make a post about tea? I’m obsessed with tea too. Would like to know which brands are best, which to avoid, are there any additives in some brands of tea which should be avoided, which are 100% organic.. Thanks

  2. Ali from Bahrain Says:

    Great post with very important information, especially that i am increasing my fishiness nowadays…

    Thanks for sharing

  3. Marzouq Says:

    Very informative! Thanks!

    Now my question is this, doesn’t tea burn the iron that you intake?

    I add a lot of sugar to my tea, does that defeat the purpose, is it bad?

    And I only eat Ezbaidy! looool!

  4. Anfal Al-Qadri Says:

    I have a q please, does mercury found in oily fish is a naturally occuring elemnt?! Or that means that the environment is contaminated?! If it’s naturally occuring element.. What do u say for ppl who say that elements cant be made by cells??

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