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10.     Pate

Description: Pate can be made from meat that can easily be spoiled, so it may contains listeria

Pate can be made from meat that can easily be spoiled, so it may contains listeria.

Pate can be made from meat that can easily be spoiled, so it may contains listeria. Storing pate in the fridge will slow down the growth of bacteria but can’t completely prevent them. As pregnant women can easily be infected with listeria, you should avoid frozen meat.

11.     Unwashed vegetables

Description: Some parasites such as toxoplasma may parasitize on unwashed fruits, vegetables.

Some parasites such as toxoplasma may parasitize on unwashed fruits, vegetables.

Being pregnant doesn’t mean that you don’t have time to wash the vegetables before using them. You should make sure to wash them under the running tap. Some parasites such as toxoplasma may parasitize on unwashed fruits, vegetables. It will be dangerous to the fetus. Cut off any bruised part of the vegetables as the bacteria can live there.

12.     Sprouts

Description: Pregnant women shouldn’t eat sprout such as beansprout.

Pregnant women shouldn’t eat sprout such as beansprout.

Pregnant women shouldn’t eat sprout such as beansprout. Bacteria can get into the seeds before the sprout starts to develop and these bacteria can’t be washed.

13.     Smoked seafood

Description: During pregnancy, it’s best of you to pass the smoked seafood that hasn’t been processed

During pregnancy, it’s the best for you to pass the smoked seafood that hasn’t been processed.

During pregnancy, it’s the best for you to pass the smoked seafood that hasn’t been processed, as these kinds of seafood are normally stored in the fridge and listeria bacteria can easily get in. You should cook it well before eating.

14.     Raw shellfish

Description: Raw clam, shellfish and oyster are one of the top reasons of illness caused by seafood.

Raw clam, shellfish and oyster are one of the top reasons of illness caused by seafood.

Raw clam, shellfish and oyster are one of the top reasons of illness caused by seafood. The “culprit” includes the parasites and bacteria which normally can’t be found in fully-cooked seafood. When being pregnant, you can still eat shellfish but you have to cook it well. Oyster, clam and mussel should be cooked until their shell open; you shouldn’t use it if the shell doesn’t open.

15.     Buffet food

Description: Make sure that you use dishes that have been cooked within 2 hours.

Make sure that you use dishes that have been cooked within 2 hours.

Many people love to eat at a buffet, but you should be careful as these dishes have been cooked for a while. Make sure that you use dishes that have been cooked within 2 hours.

16.     Unsterilized milk

Description: If you’re pregnant, it’s best not to drink unsterilized milk as it may contain listeria bacteria.

If you’re pregnant, it’s best not to drink unsterilized milk as it may contain listeria bacteria.

If you’re pregnant, it’s best not to drink unsterilized milk as it may contain listeria bacteria. Only buy fully-sterilized milk, cheese or dairy products.

17.     Caffeine

Description: Doctors advise that woman being pregnant or wanting to get pregnant should limit the caffeine consumed

Doctors advise that woman being pregnant or wanting to get pregnant should limit the caffeine consumed.

Today’s proof shows that a proper amount of caffeine is not a problem during pregnancy. But is this rate is too high, it may increase the risk of miscarriage. Doctors advise that woman being pregnant or wanting to get pregnant should limit the caffeine consumed, the max amount of which is 200mg/day. You should also remember that caffeine is also in soda, tea, chocolate and many other drinks.

18.     Use alcoholic drinks

Description: Drinking too much alcohol during pregnancy may lead to serious birth defects

Drinking too much alcohol during pregnancy may lead to serious birth defects.

Drinking too much alcohol during pregnancy may lead to serious birth defects. To keep your baby safe, you should avoid all kinds of alcohol as well as alcoholic beverages. This also includes wine, beer, egg wine…

19.     Not putting food in the plastic bag – Styrofoam box

Description: Food kept in the bag for a long time will make the bacteria multiply rapidly

Food kept in the bag for a long time will make the bacteria multiply rapidly

 
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