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Old 09-17-2016, 10:43 AM
 
Location: Port St Lucie
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Is it safe to eat the fish from the waters near the bridge going over to Hutchinson Island? I saw people fishing from the bridge all the time or in the Lagoon.. I wanted to start fishing and having the fish cleaned somewhere so I have free fresh fish all month long when I move back down there.. I'll only be like 8 minute drive from the bridge / Island..

But are the fish clean to eat?



I found this info:

Jensen Beach Causeway Park:
The water quality is ranked "good" based on tests for enteric bacteria.

http://archive.tcpalm.com/news/india...332533642.html

Last edited by sammylovesu; 09-17-2016 at 10:52 AM..
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Old 09-19-2016, 09:44 AM
 
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Is it safe to eat the fish from the waters near the bridge going over to Hutchinson Island? I saw people fishing from the bridge all the time or in the Lagoon.. I wanted to start fishing and having the fish cleaned somewhere so I have free fresh fish all month long when I move back down there.. I'll only be like 8 minute drive from the bridge / Island..

But are the fish clean to eat?



I found this info:

Jensen Beach Causeway Park:
The water quality is ranked "good" based on tests for enteric bacteria.

How's the water? | Map updated Sept. 9
You shouldn't be eating fish from ANY water, let alone the polluted water near the nuclear reactor. There is more food poisoning from fish than any other source. Fish also contain PCBs and mercury.
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Old 09-19-2016, 10:10 AM
 
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Is it safe to eat the fish from the waters near the bridge going over to Hutchinson Island? I saw people fishing from the bridge all the time or in the Lagoon.. I wanted to start fishing and having the fish cleaned somewhere so I have free fresh fish all month long when I move back down there.. I'll only be like 8 minute drive from the bridge / Island..

But are the fish clean to eat?



I found this info:

Jensen Beach Causeway Park:
The water quality is ranked "good" based on tests for enteric bacteria.

How's the water? | Map updated Sept. 9
You shouldn't be eating fish from ANY water, let alone the polluted water near the nuclear reactor. There is more food poisoning from fish than any other source. Fish also contain PCBs and mercury.
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Old 09-19-2016, 10:40 AM
 
Location: Port St Lucie
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...people each fish constantly at restaurants... where do they come from ? the water
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Old 09-20-2016, 10:24 AM
 
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...people each fish constantly at restaurants... where do they come from ? the water
And people get heart disease and cancer constantly too. Fish are filled with PCBs (especially farmed salmon which is most of what you will find in restaurants), and mercury. The waters have become a dumping ground of sewage. Some of the wild Alaskan salmon is cleaner but that's not what most restaurants are serving. Fish is loaded with fat and cholesterol too. There are better ways to get omega 3 which only come from plants anyway. Try flaxseed and walnuts. Both give high quality fats and omega 3s without the problems of fish. A mostly raw vegan diet is the way to go. Look at the obesity rates out there, especially in places that are outside higher income metro areas
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Old 09-20-2016, 10:59 AM
 
Location: Port St Lucie
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i'd rather die 5 years earlier and live a life eating good food then chew on vegetables..

and either way.. it all comes down to genetics anyway in the end. One person could eat a vegan diet all their life and die of a cancer... and another one can drink and smoke until their 85
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