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Sushi Could Boost Heart Disease Risk, Journal of Risk Research Reveals



11/27/2013 7:43:07 AM

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A latest study uncovers the negative effect of regular consumption of sushi- a popular Japanese food. The new finding by a team of international researchers comes as a blow to those who consider the low calorie meal sushi to be healthy. According to the study, people are exposing themselves to high levels of methylmercury by regularly consuming sushi. Higher sushi intake could lead to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.

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