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Is it safe to have Flatfish during pregnancy?

What are the benefits of having flounder fish during pregnancy

Flatfish - also known as...

Heterosomata, European plaice, European flounder, Atlantic halibut
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What are the benefits of having flounder fish during pregnancy?

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Flatfish or flounder fish is a low fat, mild tasting fish, and according to the FDA is a safe choice for pregnant women. It is rich in vitamins and minerals like niacin, B-vitamins, phosphorus, calcium and selenium. Selenium is essential to regulate the immune and thyroid function of expecting mothers. Calcium is required for the bone development of the baby. Having flatfish also aids the growth of healthy heart, muscles and nerves in your baby.

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Calcium, Niacin, Omega-3, Potassium, Protein, Selenium, Sodium, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, Vitamin K,
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