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Spartanfred104 t1_je4vj9d wrote

Now with how much PFAS is inside each fish and how many micro and macro Plastics you're consuming, that might balance out to a reasonable diet.


Own-Deal5242 t1_je6e4b5 wrote

I was gonna say "and all the PFAS and heavy metals make it so delicious!"


cleare7 t1_je6y4v3 wrote

n-3 in this study refers to omega-3 fatty acids (DHA/EPA).