Junk Food Consumption – Risky for both the would be mothers & new born child!

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According to Natural News, the food that a mother consumes during the gestation period plays a significant role in how the genes will be set in a newborn child and how it will affect the child’s immune system in the future. Hence it is not only essential for the mother to eat healthy foods, but she should also avoid consuming any kind of junk food. The mother should pay attention to make sure that she is consuming enough vitamins, proteins and other vital nutrients while also eating healthy. The would be mother should avoid eating foods that are high in hydrogenated and oxidized fats and sugary junk foods that can severely affect the child’s eating habits.
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As per the reports of scientists from the University of Adelaide in Australia, presented in the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior (SSIB), eating junk foods during pregnancy changes the development of the opioid signaling pathway in a baby’s brain, which affects the child’s eating habits. As the child is less sensitive to opioids, their chances of eating junk food in order to experience that “feel-good” factor increases. This might lead to eating disorders: weigh gain, obesity and so on.
Learn more: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/07/130730091407.htm

As such, the would be mothers are suggested to be very careful about what they consume, when, how and in what quantity. As they say, depending on what the mother is eating, the child is getting its food in the mother’s womb. So it is very essential that the mothers have a proper healthy diet chart that they should follow both before and after the birth of the child, including during the period of breast feeding.
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