May I eat crab, eggs and seafood are pregnant or nursing?

Newborn

In accordance with a recommendations of FDA, pregnant women, nursing moms and infants must completely give up eating fresh meat, large long-lived crab, particularly sharks, swordfish and king mackerel. These crab are more large and contain much of toxic substances. Other species of fish and seafood relatively smaller sizing is safe to eat. However, the recommended capacity of seafood consumed should not exceed 12 ounces (340 g) per week. FDA as well provides a list of marine your, which found the least amount of mercury: salmon, catfish, pollock, shrimp and lightness tuna, which is used for conservation.

Caviar fresh fish, so well how a fish itself, contains a range of vitamins and minerals that are vital to lustiness. It is considered safe for use during pregnancy and lactation, provided that it is thoroughly cooked or pasteurized. According to a American nutritionist Kimberly A. Tessmer (Kimberley A. Tessmer), unpasteurized eggs in crab can breed bacteria listeria. Listeria may also be found in the raw fish used for sushi. So, in Japan, there is no ban on eating sushi nursing mothers. Author of "Lactation: A guide for well-being professionals" R. Lawrence wrote that "there is no documented evidence that Listeria enters a natural milk." As, the placenta, it can penetrate. Why, the use of pregnancy raw fresh fish is consummate to limit, and when breastfeeding, simply take a proven and grade items.

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