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Here's the shocking truth about eating fish and how it could raise your diabetes risk by 65%...

by , 24 October 2014

You know that following a healthy eating plan involves eating fish at least twice a week, right?

But did you know it can increase your risk of type 2 diabetes by a whopping 65% too?

That's right!

This shocking revelation comes from an Indiana University study led by head epidemiologist, Ka He.

Out of the 3,854 participants involved, experts found the healthiest ones had the highest amounts of mercury in their systems. And this meant they had a soaring diabetes risk too.

They also found is that it's BECAUSE of their efforts to maintain a healthy diet that their risk was so high. You see, they'd been eating lots of healthy, nutrient dense fish in an attempt to keep their weight within normal limits and all other aspects of their health in check.

What they didn't know, however, was they were putting their health at risk every time. Simply because the fish they were eating contained high levels of mercury.

And it's a major problem across the world that's leaving even the healthiest of people with drastically high diabetes risks.

It's the first study to connect mercury exposure to diabetes, so keep reading to find out what it does to put you at risk and, more importantly, how you can maintain your health…

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Mercury mimics insulin, which raises your diabetes risk

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Just like when you eat too many sugary foods causing your insulin levels to spike, it causes insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes.
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Eat fresh water fish to protect yourself from mercury-induced diabetes

In August, The Guardian newspaper published an article saying that mercury pollution in the ocean has tripled. And because it affects the surface waters of the sea, fishermen catch mercury-contaminated fish, which ends up on your plate…
Your exposure also depends on the type of fish you eat. Those that feed on other fish have higher levels because they ingest the mercury in their prey too.
According to the National Defense Resources Council, you should avoid eating these types of fish because they contain the highest concentrations of mercury:
·         Mackerel (King)
·         Marlin
·         Orange Roughy
·         Shark
·         Swordfish
·         Tilefish
·         Tuna (Bigeye, Ahi)
Luckily, there are still some salt-water fish that are safe to eat and they include:
·         Anchovies
·         Catfish
·         Clam
·         Crab (Domestic)
·         Crawfish/Crayfish
·         Flounder*
·         Haddock (Atlantic)
·         Hake
·         Herring
·         Mackerel (N. Atlantic, Chub)
·         Oysters
·         Salmon (Canned)
·         Sardines
·         Scallops
·         Shad (American)
·         Shrimp
·         Sole (Pacific)
·         Squid (Calamari)
But the best fish are those that live in freshwater, like:
·         Salmon
·         Trout
Bottom line: Be aware of the foods you eat, even when they’re supposedly healthy for you!

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