Smoked Salmon during pregnancy

Is it safe to eat smoked salmon / lox during pregnancy? No.

During those nine months it's important to avoid unheated cold-smoked fish since it's not fully cooked and there is a risk for you and your baby. Salmon lox isn't heated high enough to kill certain parasites and bacteria. However, if this salmon is previously heated to 165℉, than it's considered as a hot-smoked salmon and in this case shouldn’t cause dangerous infections as it's fully cooked.


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