Safe to eat sushi when pregnant?Attention all sushilovers. Follow these guidelines to stay safe.
Fish is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, selenium and iodine which all play an important role in the development of your baby’s brain and central nervous system. Eating fish two to three times a week is beneficial for both you and the baby. But is it safe to eat sushi? According to the NHS, it's usually safe to eat sushi and other dishes made with raw fish when you're pregnant, but you may need to make sure that it's been frozen first. You should also limit the amount of some types of fish while pregnant, such as tuna.