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News Can Vitamin D Exposure In Utero Alter Children’s Metabolic Profiles?
News Many pregnant women not getting message about boosting iodine and folic acid
News Complex guidelines on eating fish when pregnant mean that mothers – and babies – are missing out
Research Paper Koga et al 2018 - Mediators of the effects of rice intake on health in individuals consuming a traditional Japanese diet centered on rice
Research Paper Golding et al 2017 - Maternal prenatal blood mercury is not adversely associated with offspring IQ at 8 years provided the mother eats fish: A British prebirth cohort study
Research Paper Abildgaard et al 2017 - Probiotic treatment protects against the pro-depressant-like effect of high-fat diet in Flinders Sensitive Line rats
Research Paper Smith et al 2017 - Vitamin D in adolescents: Are current recommendations enough?
News Iron supplements have long-term benefits for low birth-weight babies
Research Paper Zhao N et al 2017 - Apolipoprotein E4 Impairs Neuronal Insulin Signaling by Trapping Insulin Receptor in the Endosomes
News Most milk substitutes are low in iodine – here’s why it matters
Research Paper Matsuoka et al 2017 - Dietary fish, n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid consumption, and depression risk in Japan
News Nutrition one of most 'significant individual factors' for child development in first 1,000 days: Comprehensive evidence paper
News Magnesium status and dementia: is there a link?
News Pregnant women are not getting enough omega-3
News What babies eat – before and just after birth – can impact them for life, says new book
News Higher levels of fluoride in pregnant woman linked to lower intelligence in their children
Research Paper Bashash et al 2017 - Prenatal Fluoride Exposure and Cognitive Outcomes in Children at 4 and 6-12 Years of Age in Mexico
News 17 Sep 2017 - Low Brain Cholesterol—Separating Fact from Fiction: How statin drugs and plant-based diets affect mental health
News 14 September 2017 - The Conversation - GPs need to tell people they can get rid of type 2 diabetes through weight loss – nutrition expert
News Vegetarians more susceptible to depression than meat eaters, study shows. Here's why.