Fish Is Very Dangerous, It Destroys Your Health, Do Not Eat It Anymore

As we all know, fish and other seafood, are a good source of vitamins and proteins. But what we do not know is that there are certain types of fish that are very dangerous and have adverse effects on our health. Panga is one of those poisonous fish that we must never consume again.

Due to its affordable price, Pangasius hypophthalmus otherwise known as Panga, is one of the best-selling fish and most consumed especially in Asia. He is raised in Vietnam under deplorable industrial conditions. Discover, through this article, the conditions of rearing and the reasons why you should no longer consume this fish.

Conditions of rearing of toxic fish Panga:

The Panga comes from the Mekong River, one of the most contaminated and toxic rivers on the planet and is produced in Vietnam under intensive industrial conditions. This fish is omnivorous and is capable of feeding on all waste and all industrial pollution. And to increase the production and birth rate of this fish, fish farmers inject panga females, hormones collected in the urine of pregnant women.

After several analyzes and research, the experts discovered that pangas are infected at very high levels by arsenic, toxic and hazardous industrial residues, by-products of the growing industrial sector, contaminated metals, polychlorinated phenols (PCB) or DDT, chlorate, relate components (CHLs), hexachlorociloxane, isomers (HCHs) and hexachlorobenzene (HCB). Pangas fish are fed from imported South American flour, made from fish bodies mixed with cassava, soy and various grains. 

In addition, there are other hazardous substances and hormones added to the mixture. Once the gavage is completed, the fish farmers recover the enormous fish and the netting is done by Chinese workers. The nets are sent frozen to several countries in Europe.

The consumption of Pangas is very dangerous for health!

This type of fish causes vomiting, diarrhea and effects caused by severe food poisoning.

By buying this kind of fish, we support and collaborate with gigantic companies and food conglomerates that do not care about the health and well-being of humans.

Given the breeding profitability of this fish and the large quantities available in the markets, you can also find these hazardous substances in other prepared and processed foods: surimi, fish prepared sticks, canned fish and possibly certain pet food.

New measures to protect consumer health:

New regulations and measures have been defined by several European countries. Since January 2002, on all imported fish packaging and labels, the scientific name of the fish, the area or country of breeding and the method of production must be mentioned. In addition, in 2014, another detail was added to the labels; traders must also indicate the fishing gear and specify the fishing zone more specifically.

We advise you never to consume fish and products whose origins are dubious or unknown. Instead, buy and consume traditional and preferably local fish.

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