Dr. Oz: How Much Tuna Can I Eat? High Mercury Levels & Tuna Types


Dr. Oz: Mercury Danger

Dr. Oz talked about a personal health crisis he revealed earlier in the season, when he told us about the alarmingly high mercury levels in his blood. Dr. Oz said we should be worried about the high levels of mercury in tuna, which is where his levels came from. Tuna is also the most common fish Americans eat.



  1. says

    Thank you for clearing this up. The cans/pouches do not typically list the type of tuna so to know the difference between “chunk white” and “chunk light” is very helpful. I would usually eat Albacore but will now switch to Skipjack/chunk light. Thank you.

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