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Maternal low GI diet during pregnancy beneficial for long-term health of the offspring - drugdiscovery.com
Maternal low GI diet during pregnancy beneficial for long-term health of the offspring - drugdiscovery.com


Australian researchers discovered that consuming a low GI diet in pregnancy improves the metabolic health of the children later in life and reduces their risk of obesity and diabetes.
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Tags: pregnancy, low GI diet, benefits, offspring, metabolic health - August 8, 2013
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