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Mercury in seafood discussion

Earlier in the wk i sent out a couple of articles that assist to dispell the myth about Mercury in seafood. Or at least help us better understand this topic.

I need your help locating more information on the subject. Specifically addressing heat and mercury.

My undersatanding is that mercury becomes unstable at during heating/processing and the selenium/mercury bond is broken during cooking/heating. When the bond breaks Mercury will bind with a hydrocarbon and make a mercury salt. This mercury salt is what is dangerous not the bound mercury as the previous articles indicated.

So the questions I am looking for information to answer/confirm include:

Answer to questions why some have digestive discomfort when taking FCLO

Below note was so well thought out i thought i would share as i have had this question many times over the years. She is answering the question on why different types of digestive discomfort for some and not others when taking FCLO.

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