Mercury Levels In Tuna Are Getting Higher – Science 2.0
Science 2.0Mercury Levels In Tuna Are Getting HigherScience 2.0This finding may be true, but also has a critical error in that mercury levels in the museum specimens were not “corrected” for lipid (fat) loss. Mercury is primarily in fish muscle and preservation with ethanol causes significant loss of fats. The net …and more »
4 Cooking Mistakes That Make You Gain Weight (timeblogs)
Here's how to make home cooking far healthier than takeout.