BOULDER, Colo., March 6 /PRNewswire/ -- In response to recent news about the high levels of mercury found in fish, the March 2008 issue of Natural Solutions: Vibrant Health, Balanced Living reveals the types of fish Americans should avoid, including tuna, shellfish, and river-dwelling fish. The "Turning the Tides" story provides a comprehensive buying and dining guide to the healthiest and most eco-friendly seafood. In "Mercury Rising: Should You Worry About Heavy-Metal Exposure?" naturopath Paul Anderson says that blood testing, effective for recent, acute exposures to heavy metals, doesn't detect metals that have been deposited in the organs for years. "Solid organs like the liver, brain, and spleen hold on to the metal for quite some time, often years, which can lead to myriad problems, among them organ dysfunction, memory troubles, lowered immunity, and chronic pain," says Anderson. He goes on to alert readers to the common signs of mercury contamination and the most accurate tests and treatments available.
Also in the March Issue:
Save Your Sight
Age, computer use, and UV rays all take a toll on your eyes and can result in deteriorating vision, dryness, discomfort, and even macular degeneration. Author Matthew Solan shows you how to keep your eyes healthy longer through good nutrition, acupressure, eye exercises, and vitamins and herbs.
Always Tired? Quick Energy Tips for Your Body Type
Many Americans are facing an energy crisis -- we're exhausted and stressed out, all the time. Find out how the ancient Indian healing system of ayurveda can boost your metabolism, no matter what your body type.
For more information on Natural Solutions or to speak with Editor-in-Chief Linda Sparrowe, who is a knowledgeable (and lively) source for natural health topics, contact Kathy O'Neill at 773.401.0714.
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