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Let me state that I grow up eating fish everyday. Yes, hard to believe but it is true. My parents live in an island and fish and shellfish is very easy to get. Furthermore, my favorite tuna (in a can) recipe is plain with some sea salt and dice tomatoes. My husband and daughter prefer tuna salad with mayonnaise and sweet relish in a toasted bread. This is very easy to make, and I always forget to take a picture to put in this blog of mine.
Everyone knows that I have my own family now. I have 5 children, and since I love fish so much not a day that I get to eat some when I was pregnant, especially some of healthy tuna. When I was pregnant with my first child, I don't even know the benefit of eating seafood while pregnant. No, I do not pig out on it, I just simply must have a snack or a meal with it.
I know there are a lot of people who do not like seafood including my father in law. The good thing is, he's not a woman because lack of good nutrients from seafood will cause depression while pregnant. Most of my kids love seafood, including my only daughter. At least I don't have to worry about her when she grows up and wanted to have children. Yes, there are fish that is high in mercury, but you just have to learn which one are good for you. And mercury is not the only thing you have to watch for when eating seafood. Educating yourself about anything is the best way to go. Like the saying, "never stop learning", you can't because when you do, you stop living.