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Pregnant and cream cheese

  1. During pregnancy, women should be careful when eating some cheeses. While many cheeses are safe to eat, there are also some types that can be dangerous during pregnancy. This mainly concerns soft cheeses made from raw milk. Cream cheese is a soft cheese with its soft creamy texture. But what are the risks of cream cheese for pregnant women?

Cream cheese during pregnancy

  1. Although Listeria has been found in cream cheese in the past, the pasteurized product is not discouraged during pregnancy. The chance of contamination is very small because the pasteurized cream cheese has been heated and the chance of contamination is small. Moreover, in theory many products could be post-contaminated, such as cooked meat products or prepackaged cooked shrimps. It is not possible to discourage all of these, as this would make a pregnant woman's diet too one-sided. Cream cheese made from raw milk is not recommended during pregnancy.

  2. Although Listeria has been found in cream cheese in the past, the pasteurized product is not discouraged during pregnancy. The chance of contamination is very small because the pasteurized cream cheese has been heated and the chance of contamination is small. Moreover, in theory many products could be contaminated afterwards, such as cooked meat products or prepackaged cooked shrimp. It is not possible to discourage all of these, as this would make a pregnant woman's diet too one-sided. Cream cheese made from raw milk is not recommended during pregnancy.



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