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  • abdulhakeem
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    Originally posted by anna2000uk
    because they catch it on scottish coasts i wud presume
    only the cheap farmed salmon is concerned. it does not apply to "wild" salmon

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  • .: Anna :.
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    Originally posted by sajid
    Im Just curious why they call it Scottish Salmon?

    what if it swam from England of europe or something? t wud not be scottish by native descendant right?
    because they catch it on scottish coasts i wud presume

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  • dhak1yya
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    Originally posted by anna2000uk
    didnt the UK scientists here come up with eveidence against it being harmful, & showin benefits? they said eat it once a week innit?
    who 2 believe???
    oh well, dont eat it so much neway
    The UK scientists say that, but scandinavian scientists say something different, like eat it very rarely (forget their exact words)

    The health benefits of oily fish is the omega 3 and omega 6 oils, which can be found in olive oil, hemp oil and avocado, and other things I can't think of right now. Some nuts and pulses I think. So if you want the health benefits without the cancer risk, eat these things. NB Check where the avocados are grown. Avoid Israeli ones. (cause of the occupation, and their solders shooting children, not cause there's any health risk)

    Does the same problem affect tuna and mackerel? If it does I'm in trouble

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  • ze leetle elper
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    Originally posted by seven
    well it would still be distinguished by it's kilt and haggis... and bagpipes
    :freedom:

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  • abdulhakeem
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    Originally posted by sajid
    Im Just curious why they call it Scottish Salmon?

    what if it swam from England of europe or something? t wud not be scottish by native descendant right?

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  • seven
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    Originally posted by sajid
    Im Just curious why they call it Scottish Salmon?

    what if it swam from England of europe or something? t wud not be scottish by native descendant right?
    well it would still be distinguished by it's kilt and haggis... and bagpipes

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  • sajid
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    Im Just curious why they call it Scottish Salmon?

    what if it swam from England of europe or something? t wud not be scottish by native descendant right?

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  • Tahiyah
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    man has destroyed the healthy, nutritional benefits of eating fish

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  • .: Anna :.
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    didnt the UK scientists here come up with eveidence against it being harmful, & showin benefits? they said eat it once a week innit?
    who 2 believe???
    oh well, dont eat it so much neway

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  • abdulhakeem
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    What's All the Fuss About Salmon? http://www.news.scotsman.com/latest.cfm?id=2389693

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  • abdulhakeem
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    Salmon farmers reject cancer claimshttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main...portaltop.html

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  • dhak1yya
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    Originally posted by ze leetle elper


    I eat Scottish salmon quite a bit.



    And they are still continuing to sell it?
    Don't be surprised. "There is no evidence that xxxxx is damaging to human health" actually means "There's no evidence either way. In twenty years when people either die from this stuff, or are perfectly okay then we'll have evidence"

    It was what they said with BSE... proved wrong about that. They say it about pesticide residues in food, and they say it about GM food. And then when evidence *does* come up (like the first few cases of BSE, like the people who are adversely affected by Aspartame (Nutrasweet) and quite a lot of other things) they say it oh so carefully so as not to upset the industry. And when there is evidence to suggest that there may be a risk, but it isn't conclusive enough, they don't say anything.

    They knew enough in the 1920s to prevent BSE or something similar occurring, and had absolutely no excuse to not figure out that feeding cows brains to cows was a bad idea in the 1960's A few years ago, Oprah Winfrey was sued for saying that she didn't want to eat American beef, after her show investigated the likelyhood of US getting a BSE outbreak. Dispite what had happened in Britain, the US continued to feed cows brains to cows. Oprah Winfrey was sued for pointing out that this was a bad idea. And now the USA has BSE. Surprise sur-blimmin-prise!

    There is plenty of evidence that pesticide residue is at least contributing to cancer - like that some of them are known carcinogens, other supress the immune system (your immune system protects you against cancer by zapping cells that go wrong) - and the fact that cancer rates started increasing when they started using pesticides. But hey, they still use pesticides...

    and the same people that brought you all that now bring you... da da daaaaaa! Genetically modified food!

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  • Ebony
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    Originally posted by ze leetle elper
    No it doesn't. :p

    And its an excellent source of nutrition. :D
    yes it does! stinks up the whole house if u cook it!

    plus, im kind of allergic 2 fish..break out in a rash

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  • ze leetle elper
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    No it doesn't. :p

    And its an excellent source of nutrition. :D

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  • Ebony
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    i dnt eat salmon..the stuff stinks !

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