Hey look everyone. Pearl is back with her vegan agenda. Your article clearly states that it's reporting on a study of studies, which has far less value than an actual study, and that its findings differ from larger studies. So why is that? Could it be that there was no accounting for how the fish were raised? Farm raised fish foods are inferior to wild fish foods. http://www.westonaprice.org/motherlinda/fishy.html In the wild, salmon forage the oceans feeding on colorful crustaceans, plankton and algae, which naturally impart a beautiful shade of pink to the flesh of their predators. But when salmon are farmed and unable to forage, their flesh is an insipid, unappealing color-one few consumers would choose. Hence, canthaxanthin or astaxanthin or both are added to the feed of farmed salmon. http://www.healthcastle.com/wildsalmon-farmraisedsalmon.shtml * David Suzuki Foundation: In January 2001, BBC News produced a program "Warnings from the Wild, The Price of Salmon". The program cited a pilot study conducted by Dr Easton with David Suzuki Foundation. The study found that farm raised salmon and the feed they were fed appeared to have a much higher level of contamination with respect to PCBs, organo-chlorine pesticides and polybrominated diphenyl ethers than did wild salmon. It concluded that it seems that contamination in farm fish comes from the feed. * EWG Report: In July 2003, the Environmental Working Group EWG released a report stating that farm raised salmon purchased in the United States contain the highest level of PCBs in the food supply system. In the report, EWG reported that farm raised salmon have 16 times PCBs found in wild salmon, 4 times the levels in beef, and 3.4 times the levels in other seafood. EWG recommends that consumers choose wild salmon instead of farm raised salmon, and they should eat an 8 oz serving of farm raised salmon no more than once a month. * Science Journal: In January 2004, the journal Science warned that farm raised salmon contain 10 times more toxins (PCBs, dioxin, etc.) than wild salmon. The study recommends that farm raised salmon should be eaten once a month, perhaps every two months as they pose cancer risks to the human beings. We've talked about your willingness to post skewed evidence of animal foods in the past. You're quick to point out when someone posts misinformation on plant foods, making sure we all understand when a plant food has been processed or grown with chemicals, but you freely post misinformation on processed animal foods or animal foods that have not been properly raised as though it represented all animal foods. You can continue to do so, but I will continue to point out your deception. Max.