Is There a Link Between Seafood and Arsenic Neuropathy?
There is no doubt that seafood is becoming more toxic and its implications on your neurological health cannot be ignored.
By Shiraz Abbas
Toxic pollutants are everywhere in our environment, including our foods. A significant source of toxic elements we consume come from the sea foods we eat like salmon and tuna. Studies have shown that arsenic neuropathy has been reported with the consumption of dietary supplements (usually in the form of omega 3s taken from fish oil) or seafood. Although chronic neuropathy is not a usual effect, some link between the two has been recorded.
To learn more about the link between toxicity, seafood and your chronic illness, be sure to watch the video below:
Shiraz Abbas is the founder and manager of the CIDP Neuropathy Support Group. He is also one of the main community educators of IVIG therapy. He resides in Fresno, California. Shiraz can be contacted through our free CIDP advice service at 1-855-782-0574.