Finally, monitor your seafood intake to curtail ingestion of mercury and other heavy metals. "Large fish such as swordfish and tuna tend to be highest in mercury, and it's not that tough to consume too much," says Rotkin-Ellman. Cut your exposure by buying smaller fish, and make sure they're caught in the wild.
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