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    400g of tuna per day on average

    implemented into my diet plan..


    that about right


    i weigh 140lbs....

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    tuna has high levels of mercury, so you would want to eat no more then 2-3 cans per day tops and that would be pushing it.

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    about 400g then bud sound

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    You can detox mercury by eating a ton of cilantro too.

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    cilantro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovesus View Post
    cilantro?
    Yeah that herb, it's usually used for garnish etc. Just chomp on that for a while. Mix it with all your protein shakes etc.

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    ^^^ so is it wrong i like when u post just b/c i love the ass (and the ink on the left arm)on that av of yours?? just wondering *L* good taste bro ...def good taste IMO..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyinkedup View Post
    ^^^ so is it wrong i like when u post just b/c i love the ass (and the ink on the left arm)on that av of yours?? just wondering *L* good taste bro ...def good taste IMO..
    LOL! Thanks, I concur. She's a hottie.

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    methylmurcury, the form of mercury you get in fish, has a half-life of about 50 days. If you are ingesting some every day then your blood levels can get, and stay, high. not good. also, relying too heavily on one food source is never a good idea. Other protein sources contain a variety of nutrients. diversify

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    really has anyone died from eating too much tuna? i dont think so guys lol may have some mercury in it but not going to kill you,

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    i could bust out the post about bug parts, mice and rat droppings. if you think the food you eat every day is any safer or cleaner.

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    just make sure you are consuming chunk light tuna...it contains less mercury than others. Also, yeah you really should diversify your protein sources...the body can build up allergies for certain foods.

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    cilantro ill have to remember that ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by AcePowerZ View Post
    cilantro ill have to remember that ^^
    cinnamin is a good one too, lowers blood sugar levels and helps to keep them under control(in a sense)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phate View Post
    cinnamin is a good one too, lowers blood sugar levels and helps to keep them under control(in a sense)
    promotes a healthy nitrogen balance if i'm not mistaken as well

    I find it ironic that this thread is about tuna and adamGH has a new avvy from a chick on bbing.com named chicken tuna lol (this is the first thread I've read with it anyway)

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    Lots of spices can be healthy, for example cumin is a powerful anti-inflammatory. I didn't know about cilantro however, what is it supposed to do?

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    Chelation therapy has been used by conventional medicine to pull lead from people suffering from lead poisoning. Chelation (a Greek term meaning "claws," for it was thought that the chelator "grabbed" the metals from the blood and arteries) therapy is administered intravenously using the chemical agent EDTA (Ethylene Diamine Tetra Acetic Acid). Today scientists know that the grabbing that takes place is simply a metaphor for biochemical reaction when a "chelator" contacts a heavy metal.

    From the successes of cleaning up toxic amounts of lead from patients, some doctors experimented with EDTA Chelation therapy to remove mercury and aluminum (associated with Alzheimer's disease; and get this; aluminum works with fluoride; fluoride slips through the blood-brain barrier). Now the interesting thing to come from these studies was that patients with cardiovascular disease reported feeling much better, more alive, could exercise longer without angina pains and shortness of breath.

    Again, another theory popped up: if you get rid of the heavy metals in your body, you've removed the source of millions of free radicals and the tissues of the body begin to heal themselves, sloughing off the calcium that causes hardening of the arteries.

    Now like most theories, this one has its detractors: the physicians who own yachts purchased with their profits from angioplasties, bypass surgeries, etc. are the most vocal. Intravenous chelation therapy costs a lot less than surgery and is not covered by most insurance companies (cheap? effective? I wonder who runs these companies).

    Next we have oral chelation which consists of taking a balanced supplementation schedule that removes heavy metals from your body. This theory too has its detractors: the physicians who do intravenous chelation therapy. Profit is the bottom line in most medical theories. Sadly, all statistics on projected life-span are ignored when a the medical profession's profits are at stake: people on chelation therapy live longer than those having bypass surgery. Simple fact.

    However, we now have the perfect chelation therapy as reported by Dr Williams, due to the studies from a lowly physician working alone by the name of Dr. Omura*. Dr. Omura found that fresh cilantro removes heavy metals from the body in less than two weeks.

    He also discovered that his patients had fewer colds and flu after removing the heavy metals because it seems that viruses and bacteria like to congregate in organs contaminated by heavy metals. His patients also had fewer Herpes outbreaks after removing these heavy metals.

    Cilantro Pesto
    1 clove garlic
    1/2 cup almonds, cashews, or other nuts
    1 cup packed fresh cilantro leaves (and smaller stems)
    2 tablespoons lemon juice (a professional chef recommends just one Tbl of lemon juice)
    6 tablespoons olive oil
    Celtic Sea Salt to taste

    Blend the cilantro and olive oil in a blender, add other ingredients to make a nice smooth paste, then go ahead and add some nuts and/or seeds: pistachio, cashews, almonds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, you name it. Have fun. Add it to your favorite pasta and serve warm or cold. Remember, cayenne pepper added to anything has a synergistic effect, making all the other ingredients work better. Simple fact.

    1 medium Anaheim Chili, roasted -- peeled and seeded
    3 tablespoons Roasted pumpkin seeds (Shelled) -- (pepitas)
    1 large Clove garlic (increase to taste)
    1/8 teaspoon Freshly ground black pepper (or Cayenne Pepper)
    1/2 teaspoon Celtic Sea Salt
    3/4 cup Olive Oil
    2 tablespoons Red wine vinegar (ahhh, if building your immune system, use organic apple cider vinegar only)
    3 tablespoons Grated cotija cheese
    1 small Bunch cilantro -- stemmed (Better still, a packed cup of cilantro leaves)
    3/4 cup Mayonnaise
    2 tablespoons Water

    Place chili, pepitas, garlic, pepper, salt, oil, vinegar and cotija cheese in blender or food processor. Blend about 10 seconds, then add cilantro, bit by bit, until smoothly blended. Place mayonnaise and water in large stainless-steel bowl and whisk until smooth. Add blended chili mixture and mix thoroughly.
    Place in airtight container and refrigerate. Dressing may be stored up to three days. Makes about 2 cups.


    Dr David Williams published in his newsletter Alternative (For the Health Conscious Individual) (Vol. 7, No. 12) June, 1998

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    Cilantro is best eaten fresh, as the dried leaves don’t retain all of their healthful properties. The recommended “dose” is 1/4 cup of chopped fresh cilantro leaves and stems per day for 3 weeks. Personally, I find it easy to eat up to 1/2 cup a day by simply adding the fresh leaves to my daily salad. When preparing cilantro, you’ll find that you can remove the large stems, but the small ones are easy to eat. I take a bunch of cilantro and holding the stems in my left hand, I begin chopping the leaves from the tips until I get to the large stems near my hand. I discard those stems in my compost and finish chopping up the leaves and small stems to a consistent size.


    Extracted from: http://teeccino.com/ArticleDetails.aspx?ArticleID=5


    *Since Roman times cilantro has been used as food and medicine. A recent study by Dr. Yoshiaki Omura from the Heart Disease Research Foundation, New York, NY, USA (Acupuncture Electrotherapy Res. 96; 21 (2) 133-60 and Acupunct Eletrother Res. 1995 Aug-Dec. 20 (3-4) : 195-229 has discovered that the herb cilantro will detoxify mercury from neural tissue., is used to help stimulate the appetite and relieves minor digestive irritation. This is a remarkable discovery. It is a novel technique, which greatly increased our ability to clear up recurring infections, both viral and bacterial. Bioactive Cilantro blend is an inexpensive, easy way to remove (or chelate) toxic metals from the nervous system and body tissues. Cilantro blend contains yellow dock to help drain the mercury from the connective tissues. It is an excellent blood cleanser, tonic, and builder, working through increasing the ability of the liver and related organs to strain and purify the blood and lymph system. Achieves it’s tonic properties through the astringent purification of the blood supply to the glands and acts as a cleansing herb for the lymphatic system.


    Extracted from: *Excerpt from The Botanical Review – a technical bulletin published by: The Institute of Quantum & Molecular Medicine:

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