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    Default Need help I can't eat meat without being sick

    I get so sick eating meat. Need ideas on meals? Or what I can do to be able to eat meat?

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    Opt for vegetarian alternatives in the meantime? Tofu, tempeh, and legumes could be substituted in meals.

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    listen to your body. i was vegetarian for 10 years, but during pregnancy craved meat.

    can you eat fish, eggs, nuts, lentils etc? there are other forms of protein available.

    it might be a short term thing, but if it goes for awhile you might want to see a dietician to check you are getting a balanced diet.

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    I've been the same with red meat OP. I've just increased my vitamins and take an extra iron supplement. Doc says nothing to worry about if vitamin supplements are used. I can still eat chicken so that's my main meat source at the moment. I'm 26 weeks and haven't eaten red meat since falling pregnant. It just tastes rotten and off to me.

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    Listen to your body and eat what you do feel like having and make sure you take pregnancy vitamins.

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    I'm the same, have not been able to eat meat for most of this pregnancy. I'm looking into cooking myself vege meals so I don't just eat crap. It's hard though as I have many food aversions at the moment


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    Same thing happened to me in the first trimester. DH cooked sausages one night & I had to leave the house cos the smell alone made me feel sick! I found the blander the better, chicken was the easiest to manage. Also ate a lot of cheese for protein (I craved cheese). Hopefully it won't last the whole pregnancy for you - I'm 27 weeks now & really enjoyed a steak last week!

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    Thanks all I'm feeling so much better not eating meat

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    I couldn't eat meat until I was about 20weeks when I was pregnant then suddenly I was fine again.


 

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