Study: Maternal dietary counseling affects girls' lipid profiles

Girls born to low-income mothers who received home-based maternal counseling on breast-feeding and complementary feeding had higher good cholesterol levels and lower triglyceride levels at age 7 to 8 compared with girls whose mothers did not receive the intervention, according to a study in Pediatrics. However, researchers did not observe a significant difference in obesity rates between the two groups.

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