Choose fish with low mercury levels

12/23/2003 | MSNBC

Experts agree eating fish is a healthy way to obtain healthy levels of omega-3 fatty acids, but to cut back on some varieties of fish that are known to contain high levels of mercury. Salmon and oysters are among the fish high in omega-3 levels and low in amounts of mercury, which is believed to harm brain cells.

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