Try to cut down on eating fish during pregnancy

Omega-3 fatty acids found plentifully in fish contributes to the healthy neurological development of the fetus.
But what could happen if a woman eats too much fish during pregnancy?
  • Eating too much fish during pregnancy can raise a fetus's obesity risk which may result in preterm birth, a new study says. The pollutants found in fish disrupt fetal hormones related to metabolism and prompt greater fat storage.
  • The Food and Drug Administration recommended that pregnant women eat three servings of fish each week.
  • Researchers found that newborns whose mothers ate fish more than three times a week during pregnancy grew faster in their first years of life, especially when the offspring was female.
  • The findings were published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics. The study involved 26,184 pregnant women in both the United States and Europe. Researchers observed the growth patterns and weights of the children up to age 6.'
    Bayan Tayeh
    Bayan works as a content writer and graphic designer. She is highly interested in the field of healthcare and health education. Her goal is to change the way people think about sticking to some dietary habits, and to encourage them consume real food, as possible, so we can build a healthier world.