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Is it bad to eat 2 cans of tuna?

Asked: Karl Fly Fishing Beaudin, Last Updated:

Since tuna is relatively high in mercury, one can per day would bring you to the FDA suggested maximum amount of mercury. Having more than that on occasion may not be a problem, but you are at risk of getting low dose sustained mercury poisoning. 4–7 cans of tuna is definitely enough to cause mercury poisoning.

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