Yum, Fish Fat: "S "Fish to Eat, "S" Fish to Avoid

You need 200 mg per day of DHA if you are pregnant. You need it now, your baby won't be able to catch up if you don't get this during your pregnancy, although proper nutrition after pregnancy is important for the child of course. Eyes and brain development are what is most valuable about the DHA. The "S" fish to eat: Shrimp, salmon, scallops, sardines. The "S"-fish to avoid: shark, swordfish. The mercury content is the reason to avoid certain fish.


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