A special report from the book Excitotoxins: The Taste that Kills by Dr Russell Blaylock
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Once a viable and nutritious food source, excessive fish consumption has now been linked to heavy metal poisoning, cancer, birth defects, and numerous other diseases. Unfortunately, fish in even the cleanest waters are now contaminated with toxic substances such as mercury, PCBs and DDT. This is due to the fact that fish absorb and concentrate toxins in their flesh.
Supplementing a poor diet with vitamins and minerals does not reap the benefits of a naturally nutrient-rich diet. A study that looked at data from the First National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey showed that consuming dietary supplements (vitamins and minerals) had no impact upon longevity.
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