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Best Start in Life: How a Womanís Diet Can Protect her Child from Disease Later in Life
David Barker (au); Charles George (fr)
Current medical thinking states that heart disease is caused by rich food & a sedentary lifestyle. However, recent research by Prof. David Barker & his colleagues at the Univ. of Southampton in the U.K. has shown that it starts with poor nutrition in the womb -- that the food a mother eats before & during pregnancy, & how she feeds her child in the first 3 crucial years after birth, can protect the child against a heart attack, a stroke or diabetes later in life. In a clear, easy-to-follow style, this book will guide women through the foods they should eat during pregnancy & the food they should give to their children, explaining how a baby grows & develops, & how this is determined by the food it receives. Charts & tables.
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