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La Contaminación con Mercurio
In English
PROTÉJASE A SÍ MISMO Y A SU FAMILIA
Coma Atún sin Riesgos

Esta tabla ofrece una guía sobre la cantidad de atún enlatado que puede comer sin riesgo según la Agencia de Protección Ambiental (EPA). Aunque el mercurio impone el mayor riesgo para la salud a niños y mujeres embarazadas o con planes de embarazarse, quizá otras personas deseen usar la lista como una guía.

Si Usted pesa: No coma más de una lata cada:
Albacora Blanca "Chunk Light"
10 kilos 9 semanas 3 semanas
15 kilos 6 semanas 2 semanas
20 kilos 5 semanas 10 días
25 kilos 4 semanas 8 días
30 kilos 3 semanas 7 días
35 kilos 3 semanas 6 días
40 kilos 2 semanas 5 días
45 kilos 2 semanas 5 días
50 kilos 12 días 4 días
55 kilos 11 días 4 días
60 kilos 10 días 4 días
65 kilos 9 días 3 días
70+ kilos 9 días 3 días
Fuente: Resultados de pruebas de mercurio y peces de la Administración de Alimentos y Medicamentos, y determinación de niveles seguros de mercurio de la Agencia de Protección Ambiental.

Pagina Principal | Efectos | Fuentes | Protéjase Usted | Información de Profesionales Médicos (en Inglés)

Infórmese Sobre el Mercurio y Sus Efectos
Infórmese de Dónde Viene
Protéjase a Sí Mismo y a Su Familia

Caja de Herramientas de Protección del Mercurio
Reduzca su consumo de mercurio en pescados con estas útiles guías.

Evite Consumir Pescado Contaminado
Coma Atún sin Riesgos

Tarjeta de la Carpeta
Tarjeta de la Carpeta  
Si está embarazada o está planeando salir embarazada, use esta guía para ver que cantidad de pescado vendido comercialmente es seguro para comer.
Información de Profesionales Médicos



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