Can I eat eggs when pregnant?

Is Based on yolk egg like (egg flip, eggnog, smoothies, home-made mayonnaise and dressings, home-made icecream, mousse and tiramisu) to eat while pregnant?

Avoid

Raw eggs can contain a disease-causing bacteria called Salmonella which can cause vomiting, diarrhea, high fever, headache, abdominal pain, and dehydration. Although salmonella food poisoning is unlikely to harm me, but when you become dehydrated, I will no longer receive nutrients. Severe or prolonged course of Salmonella infection can have serious consequences.

Risks

Salmonella

Is fried egg safe to eat during pregnancy?

Yes, but...

Mommy, the golden rule is to cook them well (firm yolks, firm scrambled eggs). Eggs are tasty and contain essential nutrients. They are sometimes called 'nature's multivitamin'.

Benefits

Mommy! Eggs are rich in proteins. Choline is important for the growth and overall development of my brain. Eggs help to regulate cholesterol and provide you with essential vitamins such as vitamin D, vitamin B12, and vitamin B2.

Risks

Salmonella

Is scrambled safe to eat when pregnant?

Yes, but...

Mommy, the golden rule is to cook them well (firm yolks, firm scrambled eggs). Eggs are tasty and contain essential nutrients. They are sometimes called 'nature's multivitamin'.

Benefits

Mommy! Eggs are rich in proteins. Choline is important for the growth and overall development of my brain. Eggs help to regulate cholesterol and provide you with essential vitamins such as vitamin D, vitamin B12, and vitamin B2.

Risks

Salmonella

Can you eat baked eggs while pregnant?

Yes, but...

Mommy, the golden rule is to cook them well (firm yolks, firm scrambled eggs). Eggs are tasty and contain essential nutrients. They are sometimes called 'nature's multivitamin'.

Benefits

Mommy! Eggs are rich in proteins. Choline is important for the growth and overall development of my brain. Eggs help to regulate cholesterol and provide you with essential vitamins such as vitamin D, vitamin B12, and vitamin B2.

Risks

Salmonella

Is poached safe to eat during pregnancy?

Yes, but...

Mommy, the golden rule is to cook them well (firm yolks, firm scrambled eggs). Eggs are tasty and contain essential nutrients. They are sometimes called 'nature's multivitamin'.

Benefits

Mommy! Eggs are rich in proteins. Choline is important for the growth and overall development of my brain. Eggs help to regulate cholesterol and provide you with essential vitamins such as vitamin D, vitamin B12, and vitamin B2.