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Old 11-01-2008, 04:04 PM   #1
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For those who eat lots of tuna that worry about mercury I read in Men's Health that if you drink black or green tea with your fish it could block the toxins (mercury) from entering your blood by up to 92%. It is said the catechins in the tea may react with the mercury to create a new compound that cannot be absorbed into the body during digestion.

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Old 11-02-2008, 07:19 PM   #2
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I had never heard that. Thanks! I'm gonna try that next time I eat tuna!
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A good post, i eat shit loads of the stuff.
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I just read that article this weekend.
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Somebody want to link that?
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This isn't the article but it backs what is said.

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/15652.php
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I like reading those type of articles. They have some in Muscular Development, and other Pro BB mags. Other than the pictures, the research/studies columns are the only things worth looking at in them.

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I have actually heard this before, from very profesional nutritionists and trainers.

Green tea is actually very beneficial for any diet: it cleanses your body, so I would say that the idea makes sense.
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Just dont forget that there are mass amounts of caffeine in green and black tea. Not anything to be alarmed about, but something to be aware of if you drink a lot of it.

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