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There are 5 comments on Pros and Cons of Eating Fish While Pregnant

    1. Here you go: From the story:
      “There are certain fish that fall into the high-mercury category, such as swordfish, shark, fresh tuna, or king mackerel. Fish that are low in mercury include flounder, haddock, and salmon.”

  1. Eating tiny fish like sardines, mackerel, and others effectively eliminates the risk of mercury poisoning.

    If you were to eat blue fin tuna or, god forbid, porpoise, then yeah, that’s not good.

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