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The FDA advises women to limit their weekly consumption of tuna to 12 ounces of light tuna or 6 ounces of white tuna. Consumer Reports advises pregnant women to avoid eating canned tuna altogether because of the varying ... More »

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Albacore is a type of tuna. It is distinguished from chunk light tuna in that chunk light tuna is typically made from the skipjack species. Canned albacore tuna contains higher amounts of mercury than chunk light tuna, a... More »

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Kittens and cats can occasionally eat tuna, but WebMD warns that too much tuna in a kitten's diet can lead to malnutrition. While kittens usually enjoy tuna, it lacks the full range of nutrients necessary for a healthy d... More »

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According to the American Pregnancy Association, FDA guidelines state that pregnant women can safely eat two 6-ounce servings of calamari a week. Squid is not considered a high-risk food for pregnant women because it is ... More »

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Pregnant women should not eat deli meats or luncheon meats, such as pepperoni, unless they are reheated until steaming hot, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. These meats carry the risk of containing Lis... More »

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Pregnant women can safely eat cheesecake as long as the cheese has been pasteurized. According to Bounty, baked cheesecake is safe to eat, but uncooked cheesecake is not. More »

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According to Mayo Clinic, pregnant women should avoid eating blue cheese. Blue cheese contains unpasteurized milk, which can cause foodborne illnesses. Other types of cheese containing unpasteurized milk include soft che... More »

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