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re likely to be in the lowest quartile, compared to women who ate more than 340 grams per week.

It was also found that women with low seafood consumption were more likely to come socially disadvantaged backgrounds, and "less than ideal lifestyles".

"Advice that limits seafood consumption might reduce the intake of nutrients necessary for optimum neurological development… Other evidence suggests that omega-3 fatty acids in pregnancy could be directly responsible for the beneficial findings shown here," said Hibbeln.

The researchers also noted that the study, carried out in the UK, was likely to result in higher intakes of methyl mercury than would be consumed in the US.

The results may require a rethinking of current recommendations, and add to a growing body of science that suggests that the benefits of regular fish intake outweigh the risks.

However, fears about dwindling fish stocks and the presence of pollutants have pushed some academia and industry to start producing omega-3s from alternative sources, such as algae extraction or transgenic plant sources. Most extracted fish oils are molecularly distilled and steam deodorised to remove contaminants.

According to Frost and Sullivan, the European omega-3 market was worth around €160m (£108m) in 2004, and is expected to grow at rates of 8 per cent on average to 2010.

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