Study Finds that Majority of Prenatal Supplements Fall Short
A study in the April 2023 issue of The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that 99 percent of prenatal supplements don’t provide adequate doses of the nutrients pregnant women need.
Infant Gut Microbiome Colonizes only During and After Birth, Not Before, says Collaborative Study
It is well known that each person’s gut bacteria is vital for digestion and overall health, but when does that infant gut microbiome start? New research led by scientists from McMaster University and Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin in Germany has found it happens during and after birth, and not before.Read
DHA Supplement May Offset Damaging Outcomes of Maternal Stress on Unborn Males in Early Development
Neurodevelopmental disorders like autism and schizophrenia disproportionately affect males and are directly linked to early life adversity caused by maternal stress and other factors, which might be impacted by nutrition. But the underlying reasons for these male-specific impacts are not well understood. Researchers from the University of Missouri School ofRead