Published in Women's Health Weekly, June 3rd, 2004
Almost 12,000 women were asked to record their fish consumption at 32 weeks of pregnancy using a food frequency questionnaire. Their intake of omega 3 fatty acids from fish was then calculated based on how often they claimed to have eaten fish.
The women's average daily intake of fish amounted to almost 33 g (the equivalent of a third of a small can of tuna), equating to only around 0.15 g...
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