You are what you eat…and also what your mother ate, according to
new research in the UK that sheds new light on the obesity issue
and the impact a maternal diet can have on an offspring's life
Selenium and iron supplements could become more important for
pregnant women, if a new study investigating the link between
deficiency of the minerals in the womb and increased risk of asthma
later on sees significant results.
Current recommendations for infant nutrition may need to be
reviewed if early findings suggesting a link between lower nutrient
intake and better cardiovascular health later in life are
confirmed, say UK scientists.
Pregnant women who eat more of a key fatty acid found in fish give
their babies better chances of mature brain development, finds a
new study in the September issue of the American Journal of
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given Mead Johnson
Nutritionals clearance to introduce a third product in the Enfamil
Lipil line. Enfamil EnfaCare Lipil infant formula contains DHA and
ARA and will be available in the...
A lack of sodium in the first two weeks of life can have a major
effect on the development of the brains of premature infants. These
are the findings of a recent study by doctors at Guy's Hospital in
London published in the March...