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Published March 3, 2014
Study showed the more nuts the mother consumed, the lower the risk was for her child in developing an allergy. Read More »
Published February 24, 2014
Each year in Britain there are about 1,000 pregnancies affected by spina bifida or other birth defects of the brain, spine, or spinal cord. Read More »
Published January 2, 2014
New research suggests that peanut or tree nut consumption during pregnancy may help prevent nut allergies in offspring. Read More »
Published October 27, 2010
The Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3s (GOED) recently wrote a letter to the editor of the Wall Street Journal in response to reporting on new research from JAMA. Read More »
Published September 3, 2010
A new study confirms previous research that daily supplementation with 2 grams of L-carnitine in the form of Lonza’s Carnipure tartrate during pregnancy can significantly reduce the increase of plasma free fatty acid levels frequently observed… Read More »
Supplements During Pregnancy
By Joanna Cosgrove
Published April 26, 2010
Conflicting studies and a myriad of products paint a confusing picture about the safety of herbs and vitamins during pregnancy. Read More »
Published March 1, 2010
Roughly 10% of pregnant women use some form of herbal product, according to a study published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. The prevalence of reported herbal use three months before or during pregnancy was about 11%. During pr… Read More »
Published September 1, 2009
Daily supplementation with 500 mg of Carnipure tartrate, a form of L-carnitine, prevents the decline of plasma L-carnitine concentration in women from week 12 of pregnancy up to delivery, according to a new study published in the European Journal of… Read More »
By Rebecca Wright
Published July 30, 2009
A study published in the July edition of Epidemiology shows that pregnant women who rarely or never eat seafood tend to have a higher prevalence of depressive symptoms during pregnancy. Read More »
Published April 1, 2007
Pregnant women who eat fish more than three times a week reduce the risk of having children with low IQ test scores, according to a study that counters U.S. government advice to limit seafood intake. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services… Read More »
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