Federal Committee Revisits Pregnancy Tuna Debate

The great debate has been reopened. Once again, how much tuna pregnant women should eat is up in the air. In June, the FDA proposed pregnant women should eat between 8-12 ounces of low-mercury fish per week, which can include light canned tuna (but only up to 6 oz. of tuna). But by August,... Read more

​Whoa! Should You Eat Tuna While Pregnant? The Surprising Debate​

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We told you a while back that the FDA and EPA introduced a minimum amount of fish that pregnant women should be eating each week: 8-12 ounces. Fish pack a healthy punch, offering plenty of protein that's important for your growing baby. But eating too much high-mercury seafood can damage the brain and nervous... Read more