10.02.2014

Pregnancy food what not to eat

When you’re pregnant and craving all sorts of different foods, the last thing you want to hear is someone saying “don’t eat that, it’s not good for the baby!” While your baby will probably be fine if you do happen to ingest, say, an entire strawberry shortcake dessert originally meant to be shared by the whole family, some foods really can cause major problems.  When it comes to these foods to avoid during pregnancy, it’s best to listen to the advice and find something else to satisfy your cravings. When it comes to figuring out which foods to avoid during pregnancy, it’s best to err on the side of caution.
Raw meat, raw fish, raw eggs, and unpasteurized milk are on the list of foods to avoid during pregnancy. There is much debate over whether caffeine should appear on the list of foods to avoid during pregnancy completely, or whether moderation is okay. This is a difficult one, because many cultures do feel it is okay to drink an occasional glass of wine while pregnant.


While these aren’t exactly edible items, they still deserve a mention on the list of foods to avoid during pregnancy because some women develop a strong craving for them.
Save yourself some hassle and just assume that if it’s something that is considered a delicacy when eaten raw, it’s something to avoid.
Fish foods to avoid during pregnancy include swordfish, mackerel, shark, and certain types of tuna.
Take a break from the fancy imported cheeses, and stick with foods that you know are healthy.
The canned, chunked version of tuna has lower levels, but it’s still best to eat it sparingly.


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