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Say “sayonara, sushi.”

When you have a sensitive stomach, the last thing you need is to expose yourself to the parasites that are fairly common in raw fish. If they’re microscopic, and some of them are, nobody’s going to notice them decorating your raw tuna or salmon. And don’t count on the heat from the wasabi to kill any lurking bacteria — that’s a myth.

Eating cooked or vegetable sushi may not keep you out of the woods either. Even if the sushi chef keeps a spotless work area, raw fish bits can creep over into cooked fish.

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