pregnant women eat imitation crab? What is imitation crab made of anyway?
crab is a paste made from various fish (usually Alaska pollock.) mixed with egg whites, formed, and cooked to mimic crab legs.
Pollock usually has low levels of mercury. In general, pregnant women can eat up
to 12 ounces per week of pollock.
Most other imitation
crab is also made from fish low in mercury , but to be sure to read the label
and check to see if the fish is on the list of fish with low levels of mercury
at: FISH AND
SEAFOOD DURING PREGNANCY