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Ordinary Vegan Podcast #33: How Overfishing Impacts Humanity & Risks of Eating Fish

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Americans alone, increased their seafood consumption to 15.5 pounds of fish and shellfish per person in 2015. Up nearly a pound from the previous year, making it the biggest leap in seafood consumption in 20 years. Overfishing has been created by advanced fishing technology and an increased demand for fish. This has caused several marine species to become extinct or endangered.  The seafood business is also valued at billions of dollars, and when that much money is at stake, people can become very greedy.  Fishing vessels as big as cruise ships troll the waters and have the ability to fish four times more fish than ever before. Some scientists are predicting that seafood will eventually run out because of the global loss of seafood species.  In todays podcast, we break down how overfishing impacts human lives, and why it is everyone’s problem.  We also discuss fish toxicity and which high mercury fish to avoid.  Last but not least, is fish a healthy food to consume? Thanks for joining us today. Please subscribe and if you get a minute, please rate and review so more people can learn the health benefits of a plant-based diet.  Join our vibrant, supportive health and wellness community, on Facebook. We are now 317,000 strong. You can find all of Ordinary Vegan’s FREE recipes and every resource you need to begin or maintain a vegan diet at OrdinaryVegan.net. Sign up here to receive Ordinary Vegan’s FREE recipes. Thanks for joining me today. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to me at questions@ordinarvegan.net. I am always here to serve you, and I appreciate your feedback and your kind words. Ordinary Vegan just launched her first new product – CBD Oil From Hemp. My number one goal with this product is to provide a safe and effective oil to help you live an anxiety-free, pain-free life. All your questions about non-psychotic Plant-Based CBD Oil from Hemp Leaves are answered here.    ,

Americans alone, increased their seafood consumption to 15.5 pounds of fish and shellfish per person in 2015. Up nearly a pound from the previous year, making it the biggest leap in seafood consumption in 20 years.

Overfishing has been created by advanced fishing technology and an increased demand for fish. This has caused several marine species to become extinct or endangered. 

The seafood business is also valued at billions of dollars, and when that much money is at stake, people can become very greedy. 

Fishing vessels as big as cruise ships troll the waters and have the ability to fish four times more fish than ever before.

Some scientists are predicting that seafood will eventually run out because of the global loss of seafood species. 

In todays podcast, we break down how overfishing impacts human lives, and why it is everyone’s problem. 

We also discuss fish toxicity and which high mercury fish to avoid. 

Last but not least, is fish a healthy food to consume?

Thanks for joining us today. Please subscribe and if you get a minute, please rate and review so more people can learn the health benefits of a plant-based diet. 

Join our vibrant, supportive health and wellness community, on Facebook. We are now 317,000 strong.

You can find all of Ordinary Vegan’s FREE recipes and every resource you need to begin or maintain a vegan diet at OrdinaryVegan.net. Sign up here to receive Ordinary Vegan’s FREE recipes.

Thanks for joining me today. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to me at questions@ordinarvegan.net. I am always here to serve you, and I appreciate your feedback and your kind words.

Ordinary Vegan just launched her first new product – CBD Oil From Hemp. My number one goal with this product is to provide a safe and effective oil to help you live an anxiety-free, pain-free life. All your questions about non-psychotic Plant-Based CBD Oil from Hemp Leaves are answered here.

 

 

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