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Canned or shelf-safe smoked seafood is usually fine to eat. ... These fish include
bluefish, striped bass, salmon, pike, trout, and walleye. Contact the local health ...
May 5, 2011 ... Myth #4: You shouldn't eat smoked salmon while pregnant. False. Salmon is
good for mothers-to-be; it's high in omega-3 fatty acids like DHA, ...
You can eat smoked fish, such as smoked salmon, and cooked cold meats when
Find out which foods to take care with in pregnancy, such as some cheeses,
meats, fish, liver, ... Smoked fish, which includes smoked salmon and smoked
Can you eat smoked salmon when you're pregnant? And what about your daily
coffee or that chunk of Stilton on your cheeseboard? Dietitian Dr Frankie Phillips
Oct 21, 2016 ... To stay safe, also avoid these foods during your pregnancy. ... Smoked cod,
smoked salmon or lox, smoked mackerel, smoked trout, smoked ...
Queso dip, lunch meat, or coffee? Learn which common foods may be risky
during pregnancy in this slideshow from WebMD.
Sep 11, 2013 ... Delifish decided that “supplying smoked salmon from Chile for the U.S. ...
population to get sick from Listeria poisoning, and pregnant woman ...
Nov 24, 2016 ... Here's how pregnant women can eat safely during the holiday party ... called “hot
smoked”) can be a source of listeria, so while smoked salmon ...