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Is eating tuna during pregnancy fine?

Asked: Burbot Bros, Last Updated:

The short answer: yes. The longer answer: Not only can women eat a variety of seafood—including canned light and white tunaduring pregnancy, but they absolutely should be eating tuna during pregnancy. Missing out on seafood during pregnancy could mean missing out on important nutrients, like omega-3s.

FAQ

  • Is 200g of tuna too much?

    More important— a normal serving of meat/fish/protein is about 200–300 grams a day. Most of what you eat above that you will lose as poop. Even if you ate about 200g of canned tuna, it would be too much. More than 300g seems a lot.

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    Here is an easy method to thaw frozen fish food that will not cause your kitchen to stink: Take a small plastic container with a lid that fits. Place frozen food into the container - enough for about a week of feeding. Let the food sit out and thaw. Feed you fish.

  • How big can trout get in small streams?

    An 8 to 10 inch trout from a tiny mountain creek is a trophy. Yet, in a small lowland stream anything over 14 inches is considered quite the catch. However, when you find the perfect small stream or river that has all the right conditions for growing big trout, catching an 18 inch or larger trout is not uncommon.

  • What is the difference between Little Neck clams and Cherrystone clams?

    Clam Size Differences At harvesting, littleneck clams range between 1 7/8 and 2 1/8 inches in length, while the much larger cherrystone spans between 2 3/8 and 3 1/8 inches in size. The smallest size is the button, those under 1 7/8 inches long. These little clams aren't legal to harvest.

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