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Foods That Are Capable Of Causing Miscarriage And Pregnancy Issues

Healthline reports that some foods may raise a pregnant woman's chance of miscarriage and other complications. As a pregnant woman, you have probably heard that you need to be very careful about what you consume.

We'll take a look at some of the foods that have been connected to miscarriage and other pregnancy-related complications in women, inspired by a recent article on WebMD. Read this essay at your own pace and take away from it what you can.

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Women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant should avoid eating fish because of the risk of exposure to mercury. Some species of fish, including wild-caught king mackerel, blue fish, smoked cod, and many others, contain mercury in lethal amounts. You shouldn't suddenly start eating fish.

The risk of salmonella infection is the second reason why pregnant women shouldn't eat raw eggs. Avoid eating raw or undercooked eggs if you are a pregnant woman.

Think carefully about how much fresh vegetables you eat on a daily basis. Try to avoid buying bottled fruit juices that claim to be "fresh," even if they were purchased from a nearby store. During pregnant, ripe papaya is the only fruit you should eat (pawpaw). Ingestion of unripe papaya, for instance, has been linked to premature labor and miscarriage. You should avoid eating unwashed fruit and vegetables because of the germs that might cause illness.

Pregnant women should stay away from both processed and raw foods. Women who are expecting are especially at risk from bacterial infections. Pregnant women who are concerned about the health of themselves and their unborn babies should avoid eating raw or undercooked meat and instead eat only meat that they have cooked themselves.

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