June 2, 2020

Pregnancy: eating fish would calm anxieties

Researchers from Universities of Bristol and Rio found that women pregnant who do not eat fish during their pregnancy would be more affected by stress and anxiety. According to this study conducted on 9500 women, it would be necessary to eat during the pregnancy at least one serving of fish per week to reduce the risk of stress by 53%. Still according to the study, vegetarian women would be the most prone to anxiety and 25% more likely to be affected by stress during pregnancy. pregnancy.

Long live oily fish rich in omega 3!

The researchers did not explain the effect of fish on stress, but the presence of omega 3 in oily fish could be the cause. On July 5, the National Agency for Sanitary Safety of Food published its recommendations on the consumption of seafood products among women pregnant and young people. Some oily fish may contain large amounts of metal trace elements and experts are clear about the harmful effects of mercury on the fetus. A recent study shows that a high consumption of mercury would increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 65%. Some producers take care to eliminate these pollutants but as a precaution, it is preferable to consume small fatty fish whose quantity mercury is less: herring, sardines, anchovies As for salmon, prefer it to tuna.

Remember that to be healthy, women pregnant must have a healthy and balanced diet, rich in whole grains, vegetables, meat, poultry and fish.

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