The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 13
Re: Fish, seaweeds- how pervasive is mercury?
Posted By: Gill (A)
In Response To: Fish, seaweeds, sea salt, and mercury? (Robert Colt)
Thanks Robert - I've wondered about this too - especially fish. And about putting seaweed into the compost heap, which i do. Does the mercury leach into the soil and then the vegies?
Also i wonder what substance it is in fish that binds with mercury and whether it exists anywhere else in nature in a form that humans could ingest? I think it was on this board, someone was talking about cilantro (coriander) having the capacity to chelate the blood. (I have four healthy plants in the garden now) Does this chelation void mercury too as well as other heavy metals? Anyone know? If not, I'll have a go at researching it.
The reverberations from the Epstein interview, and films like Erin Brockovich, Rachel Carson's Silent Spring (the first to make big waves in the media) keep on rolling don't they.
Someone I know believes that no matter what disease or chemical/industrial scourge attacks human survival, about 5% will adapt/mutate to cope with it. Hmmm. Tough on the other 95% though. It's such a challenge to keep a sane and balanced outlook. Not ignore it, to take reasonable precautions yet without going into fear and obsession. Personally I have to locate it all in a much broader framework or I'd starve to death.
P.S. As an A I'd prefer to believe Sally Fallon.
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Robert Colt -- Monday, 24 April 2000, at 3:46 p.m.
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