Preconception diet, health can affect child's health

07/23/2009 | MedPage Today (free registration)

A child may be affected by the mother's health and diet several months before and just after conception, research in animals suggests. The study found diabetes, a high-fat diet, or deficiencies in folate and vitamin B in the mother could trigger conditions such as obesity, insulin resistance and cardiovascular disease in her offspring.

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