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Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Women who eat too little during pregnancy increase the risk of their children becoming obese in later life, experts have warned.

Women who eat too little during pregnancy increase risk of obesity in children
Article in the Telegraph: - further evidence that dieting is harmful.

I suppose that women who eat too little during pregnancy do it because they hope that this will prevent them from gaining too much weight during pregnance. - Actually, the way to prevent excessive weight gain during pregnancy is to avoid eating salt or salty food. This also reduces the risk of developing high blood pressure and pre-eclampsia and gestational diabetes. It is also good for the baby-to-be that the pregnant mother avoids salt and salty food.

See http://www.wildeaboutsteroids.co.uk/pregnant_mothers.html - some advice for pregnant mothers

And see Sodium in foods