There are many foods you should avoid during pregnancy and when trying to conceive and while you are pregnant.
Food poisoning is a frequent condition during pregnancy. Our 12 step program helps you prevent getting sick from food during pregnancy.
Pasteurization (named after Louis Pasteur) is a process which slows down microbial growth in food. It does not kill all bacteria, just reducing their number so they are less likely to cause a disease.
Preventing food-borne illness is always important, but is especially so during pregnancy when the consequences can adversely affect the mother and the unborn child.
Steer clear of foods that pose health risks for you and your baby. When you're pregnant, eating for two means many things, and one of them is steering clear of foods that pose health risks for you and your baby.
You should not eat certain soft cheeses such as feta, Brie, Camembert, blue-veined, and Mexican-style cheese in pregnancy because of a risk of becoming infected with "listeria".