Eating too much tuna

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I am not aware that it has any addictive qualities. Eating too much tuna may expose you to too much mercury however.
I know you aren't supposed to have too much fish, but all I have been craving is tuna or fish sticks. I have been trying to limit how much I eat per week. Is this normal or what?
Beans, for example, are great for hypoglycemia, and all proteins are as much protein as tuna. Eating just one food isn't healthy, eating too much dairy -- the cheese -- probably isn't healthy. And tuna is full of mercury, whatever your doc says. Perhaps a visit to a holistic nutritionist would serve you better than a doctor, who knows nothing about nutrition, and if you get a good work-up your doc should know whether or not you have hypoglycemia.
Consumer Reports says that canned tuna, the most commonly consumed fish in the U.S., has levels of mercury too dangerous for pregnant women and their developing fetuses. Instead, they recommend 20 seafood alternatives with lower levels of mercury, including salmon and tilapia. Here's one of the recent articles from Food & Safety's website: http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2014/08/should-pregnant-women-eat-tuna/ (copy and paste).
Is too much tuna juice bad for a cat? If so how much is too much? History: My overweight cat is in recovery for liver failure from eating a day lily approx 3 weeks ago. he is still fairly jaundice and is not eating on his own but he is definitely getting stronger and better at fighting off the syringe lol). Some of the pink has returned to his nose and green to his eyes. We love him so much and tuna juice is the only thing that he has eaten on his own.
I have been craving a tuna sandwhich from subway for a few days now, i was wondering if its safe to eat and if so would a foot long be too much?? I just cant get the taste out of my mouth...
The risk of mercury comes from eating too much fish too often, not from having it 1-2 times a week. When in doubt, call your Dr.
I don't think it would make too much difference using the paste instead of the powder. I personally have never used the powder.
I have discomfort which they all attribute to muscle pain. Starting to get minor HE. Don't sleep much, but not too tired--almost feels like I have adrenaline going all the time, or hyperthyroid issues. Short of breath when I stand and walk, which is abnormal since I am an athelete. This has been going on a few weeks now. So I'm on my own right now. I feel pretty hopeless. It seems that many people never make it to new liver status, particularly if their kidneys still work.
It's not too much medication, but have you been tested for acid reflux? Have you had an upper endoscopy and been checked for H. pylori?
I heard cats aren't supposed to have too much tuna. I'd like to supplement her dry kibble,hunted kills, with some tuna. I've never purchased wet canned food. When I foster groups of kittens & moms, I make a special wet food from a mix the stores sell here,in Costa Rica, for Menudo Soup. Plus dry kibble. Plus lots of available water. Thank you.
Tuna mercury levels can be different based on the type of tuna and where it was caught. The NRDC created the chart below as a guideline to how much tuna can be eaten by children, pregnant women or women wanting to conceive, based on their weight.
we advise people not to eat tuna... there are studies that link children with autism with women that are tuna... I know, everything in moderation.... 1 tuna sandwich will not hurt you, but some fish contain high amounts of mercury.....so I wouldn't take that chance,,,, just my opinion....Snacks... cheese sticks, crackers, apple sauce, granola bars, celery with peanut butter, carrots and dip, apples, Are you on the road??? and don't have access to a microwave???
To maximize the chew factor, choose food in its most whole stateā€”a tuna steak instead of canned tuna, apples instead of applesauce. Hearty Foods (fruits, vegetables, brown rice, whole grains and cereals) In addition to being chewy, these Active Calories are packed with fiber, take up more room in your belly (compared with other foods of the same number of calories), and leave less room for second helpings.
I too have suffered in the last 5 years from too much mucous in the throat. I am doing a good deal of research and I am now trying a holistic approach - Apple Cider Vinegar (must be unpasturized/raw/unfiltered/). The dosage is 2 tsp. before each meal or diluted with water and drank during the meal (you'd have to love vinegar to drink it during your meal - o-o-o-o-o no, not me). Anyway, I am giving it a try and will keep you all posted on how this works.
I'd been eating tuna quite a bit actually because I was craving it madly like a week ago. No adverse effects so far.
I can't eat too many carbs or my sugar goes up and with too much protein I feel terrible too. I am at my wits end and I need help!!! I feel overwhelmed, so many health problems and I am scared all the time. I try not to think about it but I do. How do you stay up and positive and brave in the face of all this?
She asks for food, like yoghurt and apple but you open the yoghurt and she then either changes her mind or you get 2 spoonfuls into her. Does anyone have any suggestions to get her to eat. I know she probably has 3 bottles too many but when she's not eating what else can I do. Please somebody, HELP!!!!
For the past couple of weeks, he hasn't really been eating. My dad feeds frozen raw chicken and most of the time, one meal will be frozen veggie cubes (blended veggies frozen in an ice cube tray). He tried a soupy meal when Riley stopped eating, thinking it was his teeth. He's had a gum problem for a while now. His gums got inflamed and sort of swallowed his teeth.
He still refuses to eat like he used to, but at least he is eating. He won't leave the bed, though. He sleeps a lot. Too much I'd say, in the bed. He will not get off the bed. That's what concerns me now. He looks so stressed. Anything will cause him to be fearful. Any noise or sudden movement and Abby just hides. Poor thing... FurballsMom, Thanks for your reply. My Abby is an IBD cat. He has chronic colitis. And yes....the vet did tell me he'd end up with cancer in the colon.
Hello pSilvermoon, Yes I said 200-300grams. I know that is a lot, and a lot of people will disagree. However if you are trying to build serious muscle mass you do need that much. Now before it was no big deal because the body just discards it. But now, well you know what I am saying.
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