How to Avoid Mafia Tainted Fish
All I can say is that if you consume fish for its many health benefits, I urge you to sit down, take a deep breath, and read this message immediately. And then take corrective action.
The Truth is Counterfeit Fish and Is Rampant and Contains Foreign Chemicals, Solvents, Cocaine, Prozac and Other Potentially Harmful Ingredients
As I’ve warned for years, independent researchers, including the national conservation group, Oceana, have found, up to 75% of fish is dishonestly labeled, fraudulently substituted… and… this problem is rampant and widespread.
The study, in New York City alone, found:
- 58 percent of retail outlets sold mislabeled fish.
- 100 percent (yes 100 percent) of the sushi bars sampled sold mislabeled fish.
- 94 percent of “white tuna” was not tuna at all, but escolar, a snake mackerel that has a toxin with purgative effects for people who eat more than a small amount of the fish.
- Red snapper was found to be fake 79 percent of the time. The fake fish substituted for red snapper included farmed tilapia, from China or Taiwan, considered a fish to avoid by the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch.
The fraud and corruption in the seafood industry is so frightening, President Obama has got the Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security to ferociously combat the illegal, unreported and unregulated trafficking of seafood.
The sinister force behind the counterfeit fish flooding US stores turns out to be the Food Mafia. Wielding an international reach, the Mob has infiltrated the seafood industry from top to bottom.
Their scam is so massive and widespread – and thus so hard to stop – because the counterfeiting of fish yields mobsters higher profit margins than cocaine or smuggling, with few risks.
Thanks to the overwhelming health benefits and soaring popularity of fish, sales are booming and the Mob has moved in. They package their fake fish with labels that look perfectly authentic. And getting these fakes onto supermarket shelves and restaurants across America is surprisingly easy. That’s because America’s relatively few food inspectors are vastly outmatched by the sheer magnitude of the scam. Most discouraging of all – and the real reason why the fraud won’t stop anytime soon – is that the perpetrators are secretive overseas criminal organizations far beyond the reach of US regulators.
And the New York Post is by no means the only media organization sounding the alarm.
The Wall Street Journal confirms, “Beware of ‘Fake Fish’ in Restaurants and Seafood Shops.”
“Fake Fish On Shelves And Restaurant Tables Across USA,” echoes Forbes Magazine.
It’s not just the mislabeling of fish that’s a massive problem.
The Telegraph screams…
“Your Salmon Might Be High On Cocaine”
It went on to warn: “Not only do we have to worry about being tricked into eating farmed salmon, new research has revealed that salmon fillets could be contaminated with cocaine.”
A Healthy, Convenient, And Cheaper Alternative to Fish
Fish is expensive, even the fake kind, even the one contaminated with cocaine and mercury.
Besides, even if you did get unadulterated fish (highly unlikely) doctors recommend you’d have to consume it every day of the week to gain the true health benefits of Omega-3 fatty acids.
Millions of people gain similar life saving and health-boosting benefits of eating fish by instead consuming fish oil capsules.
When you take fish oil, you get the same benefits of fish without having to choke down pounds upon pounds of seafood and shellfish daily.
And you can do it simply, in just under 90 seconds a day.
Yes, you can actually supplement with Omega-3 fatty acids, and fact is, research is now suggesting supplementing with these super fats every single day is even MORE important to your health than taking a daily multi-vitamin. Fish oil is also the preferred form of fish given in the clinical trials.
They’re convenient, reasonably priced, safer and purer than consuming toxic and fake fish.
Or are they?
Fish Oil Scam Makes The Counterfeit Fish Problem Look Like Child’s Play
In terms of scope and scale, there’s an even greater level of deadly crime being perpetrated.
The main component in fish beneficial to your health is Omega-3 fatty acids. The New York Times reveals people who buy fish oil may not be getting what they’re paying for. It warns, “Studies have found that roughly three-quarters [3 out of 4] of fish oil supplements on the market do not contain the amount of omega-3 fatty acids advertised on their labels. Some have also found that fish oil supplements are prone to becoming rancid.”
It gets worse. ABC News blasted another explosive story on the dark side of the fish oil industry. Environmentalists from California tested fish oil supplements carried at CVS, GNC, and Rite Aid. They found PCBs (a chemical linked to birth defects and several types of cancer) in each fish oil capsule tested. This may seem like unnecessary paranoia, yet ingesting powerful neurotoxins could kill you.
The cop-out to avoid this problem is to stop taking fish oil. However, not consuming fish oil because many companies sell you rancid, mislabeled, impure, and toxic oils would be you throwing out the baby with the bathwater.
As experts recommend, you can avoid the Food Mafia contaminated fish oils by doing your homework online. Located around the US are quite a few honorable fish oil manufacturers that bypass the greed, contamination, and counterfeiting of most fish oil companies, and instead sell their fish oil directly to consumers.
But if you’d just as soon save yourself the time and hassle of researching hundreds of online fish oil producers, most of whom claim to be “the best,” allow me to make a suggestion.
Check out the link below. It’s a small company called Dr. Harmony. They specialize in bringing direct-to-your-door the best small school fish oil sourced from the virginal ocean, south of New Zealand.
Every batch of their fish oil called Super Omega is independently lab certified to have exactly what the label says it does. This is nothing less than the purest, freshest, highest-rated, award-winning fish oil available in America, and out of the world nutritious.
Once I tried these fish oil capsules, I fell madly in love with them, as did my wife. They’re the only fish oil capsules we trust to put in our bodies and gift to our family and friends. I also recommend them to my patients and everyone who’ll listen.
Free $65 bottle giveaway ends just 48 hours from now unless supplies run out first!
Every now and then (right now for instance) Dr. Harmony’s Super Omega Club conducts a free-sample marketing campaign. For a limited time they actually give away to a select few health-conscious consumers – free retail sized bottles of one of the world’s top-rated, independently lab-certified-for-purity, and fresh from New Zealand, fish oils. The free bottle will last you a month.
The folks are so proud of their family sourced fish oil, they’re inviting you to try their unique Club and savor their fish oil for yourself, cost-free and risk-free, with no obligation to buy anything, nothing now, or ever.
As part of this free-sample marketing campaign, you can receive one of the world’s best fish oils, direct from award-winning fisheries, a retail-size bottle of Super Omega, valued at $65.
The retail-size sample bottle is yours free as a no-risk, “no-strings” introduction to the Club. It’s a really fair deal because, unlike many other clubs, you’re never obligated to buy anything, now or ever. Even the shipping and handling costs to your front door have been waived for this free-sample giveaway campaign.
If you’d like to try this unique Club and receive one of our free bottles, click the button below.
Please act now, for two reasons:
First, the Club has reserved a strictly limited number – 240 free bottles (20 cases) – as part of their marketing promotion. Problem is, their marketing campaign is going to be seen by many thousands of health conscious folks, so these 240 free bottles should go very fast, and it’s first come, first served. Also, their generous offer expires in the next 48 hours, which will be up before we know it.
Finally, you are invited to try one of their retail-size bottles whether or not you plan to remain a member in the Club. There’s no obligation to buy anything, ever. And it’s an excellent opportunity, perhaps the first in your life, to test what truly pure and fresh-pressed fish oil can do for your health and heart. It makes all other fish oils woefully lacking by comparison.
And, since the purity of the Club’s oil is independently lab certified, you won’t have to worry about taking an inferior or counterfeit, Seafood Mafia tainted, potentially harmful fish oil, so many of which are lurking behind fancy labels and even well-known brand names in your local store.
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