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What breast-feeding can not eat seafood collection

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2017/09/27 09:42
[Abstract]:
Breastfeeding mothers who eat seafood regularly (more than 4 times per week for more than 100 grams) can affect their baby's nervous system, and certain symptoms do not occur until the child turns 7 o
Breastfeeding mothers who eat seafood regularly (more than 4 times per week for more than 100 grams) can affect their baby's nervous system, and certain symptoms do not occur until the child turns 7 or even 14 years old. Therefore, breastfeeding mothers best to eat less seafood.
 
If the mother really want to eat seafood, but also up to 1-2 times a week, each time 100 grams, and do not eat tuna, swordfish and other mercury content of marine fish. The mercury content of various fish is listed below:
 
1, the highest mercury content of the fish (best not to eat: grouper, marlin, blue marlin, orange even salmon, squarefish, swordfish, shark, mackerel;
 
2, high mercury content (do not eat more than 3 times the amount of 170 grams per month): sea bass, halibut, tuna, sea trout, lobster (Americas / Maine);
 
3, low mercury content (do not eat more than 6 times the amount of 170 grams per month): carp, crab (Pacific crab), soft-shelled turtle, blue crab, herring, snow crab, sea bass (freshwater, perch, , 鳐, cod;
 
4, low mercury content (170 grams twice a week): anchovies, squid, roe (artificial breeding), king crab, pollock, catfish, white salmon, sea bass, scallops, cage profit, haddock, Prawns, Atlantic herring, Lobster (prickly, rocky), Spratlys, gynostemma, crayfish, salmon, shrimp, clams, tilapia, oysters, oysters, sardines, fish.
 
In addition, patients with gout, arthritis and hyperuricemia should also eat less seafood. Because of the high content of purine in seafood, the patient easy to form uric acid crystals in the body after eating, aggravating the disease. In addition, patients with hyperthyroidism should eat less seafood, because seafood contains high iodine, too high iodine can aggravate the condition.