Mercury doesn't seem to be as much of an issue as previously thought
"The scientists investigated what effects cooking fish and consuming coffee or tea at the same time as eating fish had on mercury exposure. They found that broiling or frying fish such as tuna and mackerel reduced mercury exposure by 40 to 60 percent, and that drinking coffee or tea while eating raw fish reduced exposure by 50 to 60 percent. The two methods together (for cooked fish) essentially eliminatedexposure to mercury."
That's a good point - thanks guys. I think there was a big plume of African dust around then that contained a lot of Mercury. It is thought to be the reason for the big diadema urchin die off in the keys.
Relentless: I love coffee and tea but I'm not sure how much credence I'd give to the consumer freedom website lol. It looks like shill "data" to me.
Even though it's methylmercury, different than regular mercury, at the rate I get to go fishing any type mercury poisoning is the least of my issues lol, would be nice to have that kind of worry though