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ρiηkie ρie 3 kids; 3 angel babies; Kentucky 21902 posts
4th Oct '09

I eat it. They just say to microwave lunchmeat before eating it, so have your subs toasted.
:D

Kimb3rly 827 1 child; Buckeye, Arizona 4857 posts
4th Oct '09
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Brandalyn&&BbyKeatan 17 kids; Detroit, Michigan 62 posts
4th Oct '09

All I wanted in my first trimester was subway and im 33 weeks now...and me and the baby are doing just fine.

user banned 2 kids; Oregon 6312 posts
4th Oct '09
Quoting US Marine Wife:
Kimb3rly 827 1 child; Buckeye, Arizona 4857 posts
4th Oct '09
Quoting Kylie and Malia♥:
user banned 2 kids; Oregon 6312 posts
4th Oct '09
Quoting US Marine Wife:
~Mommy & my 2 girls~ 18 kids; Gary, Indiana 1409 posts
4th Oct '09

i worked at subway the entire time i was pregnant at ate it constantly and my daughter is perfect

Brantleigh ♥ Leeum Due December 31; 2 kids; Tampa, Florida 13860 posts
4th Oct '09

I eat turkey subs all the time and one of my biggest craving has been rolled up turkey and pepper jack cheese dipped in green onion dip.. Sounds gross I know. lol

Warm lunch meat makes me gag so there is no way I could eat it hot!

Jacqueline & Baby's Mommy Due August 2; 1 child; Cheyenne, Wyoming 116 posts
4th Oct '09

I have had subway Italian BMT's once, sometimes twice a week everyweek since I was somewhere in the 20 week area. It's like I can't get enough! But me and my baby are doing just fine!

cornbread 1 child; California 72 posts
4th Oct '09
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Mama Rogers 2 kids; Georgia 15187 posts
4th Oct '09
Quoting cornbread:
cornbread 1 child; California 72 posts
11th Oct '09

It is only found in food that is not processed properly.....the reason......because it can be contaminated with feces.............however in the US food processing is highly regulated and listeria is not something that you will commonly have a problem with. The CDC says many things. It is their job to protect the public and one way they do that is create unnecessary fear because people are more likely to react in the "appropriate" way when they are afraid of what they don't fully understand. I am a clinical scientist so I know well how the CDC and other agencies operate.........I've also studied parasitology. There is littel to fear in eating a subway sandwich but a doctor is of course going to tell you not to eat deli meat if there is any chance of harm at all. The reason we get the over kill with info alerting us to things that could possibly kill or damage us? It is because doctors are frequently sued..........they have to cover their asses.

If any one of these women reported to their doctors during their nutritional appointment that they ate a ham sandwich that day...........I am willing to bet the doctor would say nothing. That is how critical not eating deli meat is. They will warn you of the risk, but have NO concern if you actually eat some. That should tell you that the risk is low

Mommy to Bella & Mia 2 kids; New York, New York 184 posts
11th Oct '09
Quoting Jessa♥Elles Mama:
tina7244 Due December 19 (twins); United Kingdom 166 posts
11th Oct '09
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Tabitha Dream (pink) Due November 10 (girl); Texas 529 posts
11th Oct '09

I always get the meatball sub when I have subway. But as long as the deli meat is cooked (IE....grilled ham and cheese) you should be ok.