Yes, you can have halibut fish during pregnancy but, moderation is the key. The FDA categorizes halibut as a fish with medium levels of mercury. It should, therefore, be eaten in a moderate amount.
Having said that, halibut is a fish rich in nuttrients. It is an excellent source of protein, selenium, phosphorus, niacin, and Omega-3 fatty acids. These nutrients are essential for the growth and development of the unborn baby and the nourishment of the pregnant mother.
Food cravings, or the sudden urge to eat particular food items, is a very common occurrence during pregnancy, and tends to affect about 50-90% of pregnant women, and that’s just in US alone. This could