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Pregnant and chorizo

  1. Chorizo ​​is a popular spicy sausage variety that is appreciated by many. For pregnant women it is often unclear whether it is safe to eat chorizo ​​during pregnancy. This lack of clarity is due to the fact that chorizo ​​is a raw sausage type, so there is a chance that there may be Toxoplasma or Listeria in the sausage. In addition, chorizo ​​contains a lot of salt and nitrite, which should not be eaten too much during pregnancy.

Chorizo ​​during pregnancy

  1. Dried or smoked chorizo, due to its dry character and high salt content, does not pose a risk of contamination to Toxoplasma or Listeria. As a result, eating dried or smoked chorizo ​​does not pose any immediate danger to pregnant women. However, it is wise to eat chorizo ​​in moderation, because of the high salt content, the added nitrite and the high content of saturated fats. Fresh chorizo ​​is less dry and salty and can therefore be contaminated with Toxoplasma and Listeria. Fresh chorizo ​​is therefore not suitable for pregnant women.

  2. Dried or smoked chorizo ​​cannot pose a risk of contamination for Toxoplasma or Listeria because of its dry character and high salt content. As a result, eating dried or smoked chorizo ​​does not pose any immediate danger to pregnant women. However, it is wise to eat chorizo ​​in moderation, because of the high salt content, the added nitrite and the high content of saturated fats. Fresh chorizo ​​is less dry and salty and can therefore be contaminated with Toxoplasma and Listeria. Fresh chorizo ​​is therefore not suitable for pregnant women.



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