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What meats should you avoid while pregnant?

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  • Cold cuts, deli meats, hot dogs, and other ready-to-eat meats. (You can safely eat these if they are heated to steaming and served hot.)
  • Pre-stuffed, fresh, turkey or chicken
  • Steak tartare or any raw meat
  • Rare cuts of meat and undercooked meats
  • Refrigerated pates or meat spreads. (Canned and shelf-safe meat spreads are OK.)

SOURCE:

WebMD: "What Not to Eat When Pregnant."

Reviewed by Nivin Todd on January 13, 2019

SOURCE:

WebMD: "What Not to Eat When Pregnant."

Reviewed by Nivin Todd on January 13, 2019

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