Because of bioaccumulation.
Medical researchers say that mercury can indeed pose a serious health threat to people who eat too much fish and seafood.
“For the vast majority of people, it’s not a real issue, because the vast majority of people don’t eat fish more than once a week,” says Dr. Michael Gochfeld, professor of environmental and occupational medicine at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. “It’s for those people that we call the high-end consumers that we’re most concerned with.”
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