Vegetables are a staple food of Asian cuisine.
In Japan, they are also known as ikizake.
The vegetable oil replacement that has been gaining popularity among vegans in Japan is also a popular food in the US, and it is used in sushi rolls.
But, in an article published in the medical journal, Mayo Clinic, researchers have found that this oil is not only unhealthy, but also contains mercury, a chemical that is known to be harmful to human health.
The article in Mayo Clinic was written by Dr Robert M. Zwiers and his colleagues, and was published on February 12, 2016.
The article, titled “Eating Vegetables and Seafood in Japan: Is It OK to Eat Vegetables?,” describes how the researchers analysed the health effects of eating a diet consisting of the following foods: vegetable rolls, noodles, seaweed salad, vegetable oil, and vegetable oil-free ikizu (Japanese fish) soup.
They also examined the mercury content of the ikis.
They found that, while fish is considered a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, it is also high in mercury, which can be harmful for the brain.
This is why some people are advised to eat fish in addition to fish oil.
The mercury content in fish soup was higher than the average for the Japanese population and higher than for the average person in the United States.
The mercury content was higher in the ikebukuros, which are the most popular dishes among Japanese people.
In addition, the mercury level was higher for vegetables than for meat.
The researchers found that the mercury in the vegetable soup was around 50 per cent higher than in the rest of the food.
However, the researchers say that the risk of mercury exposure in the Japanese food is lower than in other countries.
“Our study did not prove that fish soup is harmful, and we cannot say whether fish is safe to eat in general,” the authors wrote.
In an accompanying editorial, the authors say that while it is important to make informed choices regarding the consumption of certain foods, it may not be safe to consume all foods in the same manner.
“If you are considering a vegetarian diet, it’s important to take into account the risks of consumption of fish, seafood, and eggs,” the article said.
It is also important to consider the environmental effects of the consumption, such as mercury emissions from the manufacture of fish products and from the production of seafood.
However the authors conclude that they found that consuming the ichiko (Japanese seaweed) soup and vegetable rolls are not safe.
“Although the intake of fish was low in this study, fish soup and ikebi have been found to contain mercury, and ichiki are considered a food that is rich in omega-6 fatty acids,” they wrote.
“It is important that we continue to study the health impacts of eating these foods and to make appropriate dietary changes to limit their intake,” the team added.