Pregnancy and Sea Food

Before gorging on any sea food items, it is recommended that you consult your doctor; in order to determine whether it is safe for the baby and the doctor can also give you appropriate details about the mercury content of every item. White fish is considered to be a good source of omega 3. Nutrients like omega 3 are necessary proper development of the baby’s nervous system. During the first trimesters of pregnancy the body requires omega 3 fatty acids so that the fetus develops properly. Fish oil should be consumed as it is a rich source of omega 3 fatty acids.

According to a study, it has been found that babies who had received proper dosage of omega 3 fatty acids during the time of gestation are most likely to have a nervous system which is more matured than babies who did not receive omega 3 fatty acids during the gestation period. Omega 3 fatty acids can also enhance the learning capacity of the baby and they can become quick learners. Premature births can often be avoided by having the right sea foods during pregnancy. Since pregnancy and sea food has such a positive and beneficial connection, women should not hesitate to consume sea food when they are pregnant. One should remain careful about indulging in canned tuna fish because of its high mercury content and it should be consumed in moderate amounts. Post partum depression can also be avoided if the mother consumes sea foods during the time of pregnancy. There are a lot of misconceptions surrounding pregnancy and sea food and therefore it is important to consult your doctors regarding any doubts that you may have about having sea food items. Having the right seafood during pregnancy can be a great way to ensure that your baby has a matured nervous system.



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