Monday, March 21, 2016
Florida Fish Eating Guide for Pregnant Women and I Guess it Wouldn't Hurt You To Follow it. By Geniusofdespair
Everglades National Park Writes:
High levels of mercury have been found in Everglades bass and in some fish species in northern Florida Bay. Do not eat bass caught north of the Main Park Road. Do not eat bass caught south of the Main Park Road more than once a week. Children and pregnant women should not eat any bass. The following salt water species caught in northern Florida Bay should not be consumed more than once ber week by adults or once per month by women of child-bearing age and children: spotted seatrout, gafftopsail, catfish, bluefish, crevalle jack, or ladyfish.