Is it safe to have Sea Bass during pregnancy?

Yes, with caution

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Why should I be careful while including black sea bass in my pregnancy diet?

Sea Bass - also known as 

Barred sand bass, black sea bass, Butterfly perch, lates sea bass, Chilean sea bass, white sea bass, giant sea bass, Pink maomao, potato bass, Toadstool groper, Asian sea bass, spikey sea bass, Serranus cabrilla, Serranus scriba, European bass,
Checks before eating
It needs to be cooked properly.
Limits during pregnancy
8-12 ounces a week
Why should I be careful while including black sea bass in my pregnancy diet

Black sea bass is a fish with low levels of mercury and hence, a good addition to your pregnancy diet. The FDA considers it to be among the ‘best choices’ of fish for pregnant women. It is rich in selenium, a nutrient essential for making thyroid hormones in the body. It is involved in the regulation of immune and thyroid function. However, there are many variants of sea bass and it is recommended that you consult with a doctor before including any variants of seabass in your pregnancy diet.

Good source of
Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, Sodium, Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, Vitamin D

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