posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 12:32 PM
Pregnant Women and Children Should Eat More Seafood
The Fish Site News
NORWAY - NIFES is concerned that pregnant women eat less seafood than advised. The concern is based on scientific assessments in several
different reports both nationally and internationally.
It is widely acknowledged that the positive health effects from consuming seafood for pregnant women is greater than the potentially harmful
For example, the World Health Organization (WHO) together with FAO in 2011 calculated that fatty fish during pregnancy boosts the baby’s IQ by about
five points, despite the fact that the fish also contain contaminants. Hence, they recommend pregnant women to consume seafood during pregnancy,
especially for the sake of the child's brain development.
Studies from England reveal that children of mothers who consumed more than 340 grams of seafood a week, showed better verbal skills than children of
mothers who consumed less seafood. This is partly due to the fact that the brain needs the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA to develop in a healthy and
Nevertheless, the amount of contaminants young women ingest can affect the development of the child. Monitoring results from NIFES reaffirms that
seafood from Norwegian waters are generally safe, with few exceptions. The food authorities has already given dietary advice regarding these
Back in 2006 The Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food Safety (VKM) concluded that the Norwegian population should eat more seafood. It is also
recommended that children and pregnant women increase their intake of seafood.
Important for Mum
In addition, research shows that it is important for the mother herself to consume seafood during pregnancy. Mothers with low omega-3 levels during
pregnancy are more likely to develop symptoms of postpartum depression. The main source of omega-3 in our diet is fatty fish such as salmon, trout,
herring and mackerel.
Contaminant Levels Down in Farmed Salmon
The amount of sum dioxins and dioxin-like PCBs in farmed salmon have declined in recent years, and is currently lower than in mackerel and herring.
For a person that weighs 70 kg, a dinner serving with farmed salmon (200g) will fill only 10 percent of the tolerable weekly intake (TWI) of dioxins
and dioxin-like PCBs. This is considered to be low.
So they are talking about all of the benefits of eating seafood yet they fail to say anything about radiation from Fukushima.
This sort of news pisses me off. There is huge conspiracy to still cover up all the radiation leaks into our oceans to promote the fishery industry so
they don't lose money.
In this case, the benefits are outweighed by the negatives...maybe not in this generation, but our future generations.
Here is where the conspiracy begins:
I started searching for headline articles which sidelined the fact Japanese fish are safe for eating.
So I decided to click on the link which was circled. This is what came up:
So what sort of propaganda is being pushed into the mainstream? This makes me sick...
On one side you have articles which talk about the benefits of eating seafood...and then you get articles stating it is safe to eat radioactive
LISTEN TO ME CONSPIRATORS...THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS EATING RADIOACTIVE FISH!
May god protect the souls of people who fall for the misleading and lies from the fishing industry