Fish with strawberries for desert

Many question whether or not it is safe to eat fish.

The need for fish and its vital Omega-3 fatty acids and D-vitamiin, which is particuoarly important during the winter months, is discussed in many sections of

The Environmental Working Group has recently updated its EWG's Consumer Guide to Seafood which maps species of fish and the quantities that you, based on your weight, age and gender, can safely eat per week. It is well worth using even if it has it's limits due to not taking into account fish from the EU.

As a consumer it is often hard to know if it's still safe to eat fish. But as we all need Omega 3 fatty acids in some form, and the two best natural sources are fish and meat from grass-fed animals, we still need some fish. 

Many have reduced their fish intake since the Fukishima disaster. A recent article by Chris Kressner's shares research findings on the real radiation risks, which is well worth reading. 
Mike Adams from Food Forensic Lab has investigated which foods or nutrients that best absorb environmental toxins in the digestive system. It turns out that chlorella, hemp, peanut butter and strawberries are high on the list, so if you want to play safe you can serve a drink that is rich in chlorella, coat your fish with hemp, serve it with a good thai peanut sauce and serve strawberries for dessert!

The key is to make the choices that enable a healthy lifestyle despite environmental toxins. is a great source of safer solutions.