Sushi Enthusiasts, Beware Tapeworm Now Present in U.S. Salmon

 

The tiny parasite threatening your salmon sushi

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In bad news for sushi lovers, scientists have confirmed that a tapeworm known to infect salmon from the Asian Pacific is also present in fish from U.S. waters. The parasite, known as the Japanese. HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Jan. 12, 2017 (HealthDay News) In bad news for sushi lovers, scientists have confirmed that a tapeworm known to infect salmon from the Asian Pacific.

(CBS NEWS) In bad news for sushi lovers, scientists have confirmed that a tapeworm known to infect salmon from the Asian Pacific is also present in fish from U.S. waters. (HealthDay)—In bad news for sushi lovers, scientists have confirmed that a tapeworm known to infect salmon from the Asian Pacific is also present in fish from U.S. waters. The parasite. THURSDAY, Jan.

12, 2017 (HealthDay News)—In bad news for sushi lovers, scientists have confirmed that a tapeworm known to infect salmon from the Asian Pacific is also present in fish from U.S. waters. (HealthDay)—In bad news for sushi lovers, scientists have confirmed that a tapeworm known to infect salmon from the Asian Pacific is also present in fish from U.S. waters. Sushi Lovers, Beware: Tapeworm Now Found in U.S. Salmon THURSDAY, Jan. 12, 2017 (HealthDay News) In bad news for sushi lovers, scientists have confirmed that a tapeworm known to infect salmon from the Asian Pacific is also present in fish from U.S. waters.

Warning: Tapeworm Found in U.S. Salmon, Sushi Lovers Be Careful. The Journal of Clinical Microbiology has published a study which revealed a disturbing fact that around 20 million people are affected by tapeworms. Unfortunately, Diphyllobothrium latum or Japanese broad tapeworm has reached America from the Asian Pacific. A recently published study in the journal Emerging Infectious Diseases says wild caught Alaskan salmon may harbor a species of tapeworm previously known to infect only Asian fish.

Researchers warn that based on their findings, any salmon caught along the North American Pacific coast may have the parasite. The concern is that if you eat the fish undercooked or raw, you could. HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Jan.

12, 2017 (HealthDay News) In bad news for sushi lovers, scientists have confirmed that a tapeworm known to infect salmon from the Asian Pacific is also present in fish from U.S. waters.

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Salmon has been the cause of the transmission of this parasite in Japan (D. nihonkaiense) and the west coast of the United States where sushi has been prepared with infected salmon.30 Eating raw, insufficiently cooked, or lightly pickled fish or fresh roe can transmit infection.

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by Richard L. Guerrant, David H. Walker, Peter F. Weller
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In the United States, the consumption of raw fish (sushi) has led to more frequent recognition of infestation with the fish tapeworm, Diphyllobothrium latum.

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by Paul S. Auerbach
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Although involvement of the stomach by parasitic infestation is rare in Western countries, many cases of invasive anisakiasis have been reported in Japan, where raw marine fish is commonly consumed.

“Textbook of Gastroenterology” by Tadataka Yamada, David H. Alpers, Anthony N. Kalloo, Neil Kaplowitz, Chung Owyang, Don W. Powell
from Textbook of Gastroenterology
by Tadataka Yamada, David H. Alpers, et. al.
Wiley, 2011

Humans acquire the parasite in its larval stage by eating undercooked or raw fish (e.g., sushi, ceviche), and therefore, the condition predominates in cultures where uncooked fish is consumed.

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

Some of the species preying on mesopelagic fish such as tuna and swordfish (Scott and Tibbo, 1968; Varela et al., 2013) are commercially important food sources and thus toxins and microplastics transferred to these species may also pose a danger to human health.

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from Impacts of Marine Litter
by Luisa Galgani, Ricardo Beiras, et. al.
Frontiers Media SA, 2019

Raw fish like sushi and sashimi is increasingly consumed in Europe but this has not yet resulted in outbreaks caused by Vibrio spp.

“Handbook of Food Science, Technology, and Engineering 4 Volume Set” by Y. H. Hui, Frank Sherkat
from Handbook of Food Science, Technology, and Engineering 4 Volume Set
by Y. H. Hui, Frank Sherkat
CRC Press, 2005

In the United States, a case of H. heterophyes involved a Pennsylvanian woman who ate sushi flown in from Asia.136 The metacercariae ingested in raw fish excyst in the intestine, attach to the small intestinal mucosa, and develop into adults.

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A thorough 1992 Consumer Reports study on the safety of the fish Americans eat found nearly half the fish tested contaminated by bacteria from human or animal feces.

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from Mad Cowboy: Plain Truth from the Cattle Rancher Who Won’t Eat Meat
by Howard F. Lyman, Glen Merzer
Scribner, 2001

Humans acquire the parasite in its larval stage by eating raw fish (e.g., sushi, ceviche), and therefore the condition predominates in cultures where uncooked fish is consumed.

“Conn's Current Therapy 2019” by Rick D. Kellerman, David Rakel
from Conn’s Current Therapy 2019
by Rick D. Kellerman, David Rakel
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

The fish tapeworm, D. latum and other Diphyllobothrium species, are found among people who eat raw, smoked, pickled, or undercooked fish.

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  • Great video! I glad I watched this.I heard that deep frying fish helps to kill many things in fish. Can you please do a video on BACON and any dangers with that. Hopefully me commenting first will help. P.S. I miss you at the CO-OP Later.

  • It’s okay to eat raw sushi but it has to be treated the right way before serving. Restaurants freez the fish and it makes the parasites die. But this guy might of made his own sushi.

  • These guys are fucking idiots. Shows cognitive dissonance is high even in doctors who have a lot of school. Fish have parasites. You can’t see the eggs and the “fancy” place you eat at doesn’t know either. What the fuck are these guys on?

  • Tapeworms comes mostly from raw food, so prevent eating any raw food. But if you really want to eat some, try to check it throughly before consuming them.

  • I haven’t eaten sushi before until today, I’m now 12 years old… Thanks and praise be to God I have watched this news and I’m still breathing. I really wanted to try sushi.

  • since you have a lack of knowledge about warms, here is the deal:
    you don’t get warms from any fish, cooked or not
    you get warms from meet that wasn’t cooked to well done.
    there is no chemicals that will give you warms

  • Camera guy is sooooo annoying. To be so affiliated with sushi & speak so much about it like he knows what hes talking about yet NEVER KNOWING WHAT HES TALKING ABOUT. Sushi grade fish is ALL supposed to be flash frozen anyway to kill ALL parasites.
    There can be parasites even when you cant see them hence you are supposed to freeze ALL the fish you plan on eating raw. He’s too busy echoing old wives tales & flapping his gums half the time to even learn THE BASICS about sushi with a master chef before him.
    Even when they went & caught a fresh bluefin from the sea & ate it that day, they stated how it tasted “TOO FRESH” & how it would taste better if it were aged a few days. These are points that go right over camera guy’s head because he still lives in the land of child like wonder void of understanding.
    Hes like the fools who complained about MSG decades ago forcing most asian cuisine to remove it from much of their cuisine completely IGNORANT of the FACT that MSG is NATURAL & can be found in MANY of the western basic foods we eat daily.
    However MSG sounds like a chemical x man-made concoction so “it must be bad & removed” so says the fool…smh.
    Meanwhile we glob large amounts of bleached refined white table salt on our food oblivious of the fact that such salt has ingredients because ITS MAN-MADE & actually contains traces of sand & glass ALSO BLEACHED white hence the modern old wives tale that salt is bad for you(& of course it is when you are using IMITATION MAN-MADE SALT w/ refined bleached glass in it).
    Then you have people just as dull as camera guy who will then “raise the standard” by pushing “sea salt” which means ABSOLUTELY NOTHING concerning the quality of the salt when fact is most ALL SALT we harvest comes from the sea hence the statement is free to be abused & is used to sell more MAN-MADE refined bleached salt opposed to healthy alternatives like pink Himalayan salt.
    Ughhh…I just ranted again…let me stop watching this channel before my stress goes up.

  • Sushi is garbage anyways. Most overrated food I’ve ever seen. Nothing beats mediterranean food. Turkish, arabic, southern Europe food.

  • This show is so dumb, btw your probably more likely to get worms from american pork, Japan has far superior food hygiene than the US

  • Oysters can be full of poison.

    If you pick them from the docks at low tide so its easy to get those from that location. Please dont because there are so many ships which pollute the harbor water. That harbor water is full of pollution so those oysters are poisonous.

    Really dangerous.

    But if you go walk down the beach far away like 5 to 10 miles from the harbor. Then those stuck on rocks are good ones. Ok you wont find them
    as easy as on the docks but you wont get a high dose of whatever poison.

  • so fresh fish is safe?
    no, the fresher the fish, the fresher the parasite.
    I would never risk eating sushi when there’s a million other foods to eat, and even that can be questionable.
    So I stick to fruits and salads..yummmm

  • ah… flown in fresh are the ones you have to be worried about. If you really want shusi and want it safe then below 20 degrees frozen for full 24 hours will solve you from Anisakis issues. You have to remember it’s quite common in Japan at certain percentage this happens always. So, you wanna be safe then just fully cook above 60 and eat fusion or vege style.

  • #1:the man..still can
    Eat Sushi(vegetarian
    rolls only!)But NOT
    RawFishRolls..as for me
    I enjoy eating Sushi..just
    NOT RAW FISH ROLLS..
    ..So disgusting.

  • WTF is wrong with all these old comments saying that it’s not that gross? YES IT IS! It’s visually disgusting, but apparently these morons don’t realize what it would do to their bodies if they accidentally got served that fish. I would assume that only sushi/fish lovers would watch this channel? You are still hungry after watching that shit?

  • Jeezuz… these guys are Emmy award winning?! As someone posted several months back, ‘fresh’ is what gets you the parasites. Fish has to be frozen under a certain temperature for at least 15 hours to kill the parasite.

  • Wrong, sushi is also vegetarian and made with cooked fish.
    I go to a traditional sushi restaurant and always get grilled salmon hand rolls and Inari sushithat is a sweetened fried bean curd.
    Also sushi with gourd and cooked eggs.

  • People have been eating sushi for years without getting this problem. I really think it depends on the supplier the sushi places gets their fish from.. a lot of sushi places buy from manufacturers who farm their own fish, most fish caught from the wild have worms and gross shit. Do your research before you believe fake shows like this who will lie to get your views.

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  • Im glad i don’t watch these guys anymore. Instead of encouraging people to at least eat cooked food to be safe from parasites that live and feed inside you, they just tell you, be careful. I really feel sorry for people.


  • this pretty lady with brown skin…
    she should NOT use 2 high heels soles shoes on her foot…
    better for her to use 2 flat heels soles shoes

  • what I read in google is that almost all wild fish have parasites in them.. According to the description, a lot of places still serve the clean fish parts and cut off the infected parts, but I wonder if those clean parts are also infected with the eggs of the parasites? which in turn will grow in our intestine after we eat them? if that’s the case then shouldn’t we only eat cooked fish?

  • This hardly ever happens in Japan because they know how to store, prepare and serve it. I wish sushi restaurants in other places wouldn’t open without doing their research first

  • “Sushi Grade” is a marketing term. “Fresh” isn’t fresh, but frozen at neg 31 degrees F for at least 15 hours straight to kill any existing worms and their eggs that reside in the fish. There are currently no FDA regulations on what “sushi grade” is. If you catch any wild fish and eat it raw, no matter where it’s caught from, you’re at risk for parasite contraction. Reputable restaurants get their fish that has already been frozen then thawed for sushi, or will freeze it themselves per FDA guidelines on killing parasites.

    I’m a close resident of D.C. and a reputable restaurant stopped selling any salmon because all of it was infested with parasites. It was good that they watch out to protect the consumer.

    If you Google, “FDA Chapter 5 Parasites” you’ll get the official article. In January, 2017, the CDC has also posted a warning about wild Atlantic Salmon containing parasites, which is why the earlier noted restaurant had to stop offering their batch.

    Happy eating!

  • -WARNING-

    Cooked fish even can be causing all kinds of problems including death.

    People on ships are advised not to eat any fish they catch. Especially in the pacific.

    Fish which you can eat can still be super dangerous.

    You dont know what this fish had eaten.

    There is deadly coral from which a fish can eat.

    Any fish can eat from that coral.

    Even fish humans are eating all the time.

    But on ships there is no equipment to test poisonous fish.

    And unfortunately complete crews have died caused by eating the fresh catch.

    -WARNING-

  • The misinformation and wrong information is amazing. I’m FAR from an expert, but I know a couple of things that either A, they don’t know, or B, don’t care to explain. Sushi-all sushi, MUST be frozen, and restaurants have super cold freezers, to kill any worm. They never mentioned that, and the guest said it’s safer when it is “super fresh”-nothing to do with it. It must be frozen first, OR, must be cooked in high heat. Yeah, it is no longer sushi if it is cooked, but I’m talking FOOD SAFETY. It MUST be super frozen, thawed then served OR cooked in high heat. Geez.

  • I have always denied eating fish and all aquatic animals and I’m glad I have. I was forced to sushi twice and I hated that shit gross. Hamburgers cooked food come to daddy fuck off raw food!

  • Reminds me of a conversation between my father and my maternal grandfather. Don’t remember what it was, but Dad said it was a good way to catch worms, whereupon Opa said worms were nothing to worry about, when he got them they gave him a spoonful of turpentine and sugar and the worms were gone quick. Dad says, you got sugar? I wish I got sugar. Papa gave us turpentine straight.

  • hey look parasitic eggs are so micro tiny, u cant even see it even it is on top of ur raw sushi.

    human eyes cant even see it, thats how small it is. and supplier has nottin 2 do with it. its a natural organism in water so any fish can carry it.

  • what he said at the end is wrong.fish flown in fresh is more likely to have parasites.most fish does have worms.flash freezing or cooking kills them though.

  • I don’t Eat Raw Fish it’s Nasty!! I eat Cooked Fish from the FIRE!! or BAKED the FISH!! By the way cooked Fish is way more Awesome than Raw.

  • this guy didnt do his research so don’t fall for it. It is sashimi, not sushi, that infected this man in China. The sashimi type that he ingested was raw beef which gave him this 16 foot beef tapeworm. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/raw-meat-lover-16-foot-7606330

  • Wild caught Salmon has 65% or higher chance of having parasites, farm-raised salmon is considered safe because they are fed pellets and have very little exposer to the wild foods that other salmon have access too. While there is still a risk it’s very small, like winning the bad lottery.

  • This is why you cook fish and meat. We are expose to lots of parasites cooking it helps decrease it. If the worm moves it is still fresh lol

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  • If you eat animals flesh there will be worms and mercury and butchers cut out the tumors of the meat people eat. You have no idea that the animals you are eating didn’t have cancer.

  • Worm/parasites is very natural in raw fishes. Just freeze it like what they said in the video. People who bought it doesn’t have a knowledge of parasites inside the fishes

  • I live in Alaska fish many species. Worms are in every fish lol freeze your fish first then can eat raw. Not all fish are infested as others but man iv seen some sick fish hahaha

  • Folks, this is nothing new! Almost all fish have worms or parasites. This is why you have to thoroughly cook fish. Sushi fish have been frozen at -31 degrees Fahrenheit for 24hours in order to kill the parasites. This is also why you have to cook pork thoroughly. So, there is nothing to see here!

  • I’ve seen that a a few different markets over the years. It’s kind of gross but I’m not sure why it happens or how common a problem it is. They tell pregnant women not to eat such Because of the danger of parasites and worms. I’m thinking it’s common.

  • Worms are common to find in fresh wild seafood. It’s extremely common to find in salmon, tilapia, cod, and trout. If you cook the fish properly to an internal temperature of 145°F you’ll be fine. Recommend cooking the fish at 400°F for 25-30 mins to allow the meat to reach that internal temperature.

  • It’s very common for fish to have parasites especially if it’s wild caught. That’s why for it to be “sushi grade” you need to freeze it to kill off the parasite

  • “…We now consume three times more salmon than in the ’80s…” but people out there still blaming seals for dwindling fish stocks.

  • Aye if it’s alive it means it’s pretty fresh. Fish has worms in it….freezing the meat kills it. The ppl cleaning the fish should of gotten most of them out when packaging them but it’s a fish…it’s gonna have worms in it. Freeze it or cook it properly

  • What’s wrong with a worm in fish? It’s actually a good sign that it’s wild from nature. It should be checked for worms. If you want clean then get the farmed type which have been designed and manipulated to be just the way people like it but inconsistent with nature. There’s no worms in Doritos because it’s not food.

  • If I see worms, won’t eat it even if cooked. Just can’t do it. I freeze fish before I will use it for sushi to kill any unseen parasites no matter what.

  • actually these tapeworms are a lot rarer than we think and they only comes from freshwater fish like salmon, trout, etc… look up Diphyllobothrium and intermediates hosts

  • Why I don’t like restaurants, if it was a Chinese restaurant they would have served it anyway, I thank ヒロさん for teaching me how to do it myself

  • you underestimate my pallet, I would ask for my money back because of this or a new fish. if it was in the wild and I needed to eat I would cook thoroughly and eat it if I was hungry enough. it would take grilling it in thin slices and eating it like a crisp to make sure that they die and the eggs die. you would have to cure the meat first. I’m not beyond eating worms tho so dead parasites doesnt matter to me personally. however ide have to be really at risk of starvation.

  • I thought you can flash freeze the meet for 72 hrs to kill the parasites. Why was the entire fish discarded? Isn’t freezing a common practice to avoid wasting fish is sushi restaurants?

  • Y’all do know he was still going to totally use that fish. The camera is trying to convince him to throw it away while he’s cutting to see if he can find a spot that doesn’t have worms in it.

  • How do you do a scientific segment on sushi without talking about freezing the fish before hand which kills the parasites… because lets scare the public and get ratings!

  • I dont think the supply makes much of a difference. I’ve always heard that the bigger the fish, the more likely hood it has parasites.

  • Greetings from Denmark ����

    Around here we say, that you need to freeze your fish for 24 h at -20˚C to kill any parasites.

    You dont do that in the US?

    Not that i would eat an infected fish… but you might not notice?

  • After knowing how to look for Parasites did not deter me from eating Sashimi as long as you trust your Chef, Thank you both for sharing this info.

  • Goodness Charles now we’re all scarred along with you! Very lucky they didnt get in your liver… I’ve heard fish tapeworms usually end up there

  • No wonder NoVe restaurant shut down, you can obviously tell Hiro wants to still serve that fish even though it’s still infected. Disgusting

  • I live in NYC. I went to Canal street. I got 5lbs of whitening i asked for head off and filet. when i hot home took the fish out to rinse the freaking amount of worms like the ones in your fish white and long. i was grossed out i took it back and showed them and had to argue to get my few dollars back. Haven’t eaten whitening since. that scary

  • Amberjack, Spanish mackerel, and sea trout are renowned for having these parasites. I’ve filleted many fish that have them and you can just cut around them and the rest of the meat is just fine. Nothing unusual about this amberjack having them. 95% of them do.

  • sashimi isnt a dish, its a typing, like pasta is a typing, there are different pasta and sashimi, if you are eating medium to small fish, generally not tuna, then real sashimi would be prepared properly. They bleach it in vinegar/salt depending on fresh water fish or salt water fish. This process kills the bacteria and parasites. It is fish dependent on the mixture.

    The rice you eat sashimi with has vinegar with it to sterile out the taste of sour in the fish, when you eat pieces of sashimi without rice, they rebleach it in fresh water, or slightly salted water to get rid of sour taste if there is any. If you are getting sick from sashimi that means you have a stomach problem or the people prepping it are doing it wrong and you should report them.

  • I can’t imagine a hell worse for a fish. Having the opportunity to be served by Terada-sensei only to be thrown into the trash because of some stupid worms.

  • What a complete ignoramus! The guy says to the chick you never know where the fish comes from and that the nicest restaurants could be the worst. Then he goes on to say that he knows of a place that’s reputable. Bet his shit doesn’t stink either!

  • Amberjack have parasites normally they have less when cought In cold water those were not tape worms those worms only affect fish. I would cut out the worst part and cook the rest I’ve eaten many amberjack. That one was not bad.

  • Dude, the experience the cameraman had with these was terrible. I am so sorry to hear that this type of experience happened to him. I could never..I can’t do bugs so imagine if that happened to me ������

  • Amberjack and Multiple fish have those worms! That is normal…I understand people freak out but most of fish have that. That’s why you cook the fish on high temperature. Now you folks know that the fish is Fresh if the worms are alive. It won’t hurt you or get sick, just cook the fish up to 185• and is Fine!!!!

    Avoid sushi and raw fish eating guys, and you will be fine. Capeesh?

  • Wild does not mean natural. Salmo salar, Atlantic salmon does travel upto rivers to breed and eats insects and little fishes when young, those bag raised and harvested “bag salmons” only share the outer shell resemblance to the SALMON! You ain’t buying real salmon all year around, if you are then its frozen and does have a real price for effort, or you should try fishing by yourself to respect what your eating. THOSE NASTY TOXIC BAG-SALMONS ARE NOT FOR ANYTHING THAN TO MAKE FISH OIL OR SOME PROTEIN POWDER. Is the meat that you eat naturally grown, is your vegetables naturally grown? Of course not if you ain’t paying for that, or getting the nutrition that your body needs from a reputable source. How often do you eat aquarium fishes that are pellet fed, there are redmeated fishes that belong to salmon-family also. Think before u act, it can’t be that difficult to get normal food, u just may have to find it by yourself if u cant afford to pay someone to do that for you, I don’t like to eat trap-grown food either. Indian people eat more pure food than most of the americans, they use it same day, so its fresh and cook it well, so its safe to eat. Which one of those do you do regularly. If your trapped in a prison-camp lifestyle, scale down and pay yourself out of it. You ain’t gonna be living in a mansion and being the best you can, not for urself or others if you don’t START TODAY. Cheers.

  • wild salmon have sea lice, as any salmon fisherman will tell you. The main thing putting me off farmed salmon is all the chemicals and steroids pumped into the fish, and it’s lack of musculature due to being enclosed in small hanging nets.