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DIMENTRAGNE - Can i eat DIMENTRAGNE pregnant ?

Can we eat DIMENTRAGNE when you are pregnant? Discover the risks associated with DIMENTRAGNE during pregnancy.

Yes but...
To avoid
Information No, it is not recommended to eat the DIPENTERCHUS FISH DIPENTERAGHY during pregnancy. The Dicentrarchus contains relatively high levels of methylmercury, a chemical that can be toxic to the fetus. Methylmercide can cross the placental barrier and cause neurological damage and development delays in babies. In addition, the Dicentrarchus is a fish, which is more likely to be contaminated by bacteria and parasites that can be dangerous for health. Therefore, it is preferable to avoid consuming Dicentrarchus during pregnancy. It is preferable to consume safer freshwater fish, such as Tilapia, Salmon, Herring and Mackerel. These fish are safer because they contain lower methylmercury levels and are less likely to be contaminated by parasites or bacteria. It is also important to take other measures to ensure food safety during pregnancy, such as washing and cooking food correctly.
Risks Listeriosis
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All these recommendations are given for information only, they can not replace the advice of your doctor

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