Can you eat striper bass while pregnant?
You can, but be careful. Some forms of fish can contain mercury and sodium and some other factors that some believe are not good in high amounts for a baby. Check to see what ingredients are used and all vitamin / mineral / mercury levels. When in doubt, check with your doctor. They can tell you better if it is alright for you to be eating certain foods at different stages in your pregnancy.
The FDA and EPA recommend that pregnant women eat no more than 12 ounces (two average meals) of low-mercury fish or shellfish a week. They advise that women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, or may become pregnant avoid swordfish, shark, and other high-mercury seafood. I believe sea-bass is low-mercury with an average mercury concentration of 0.219.