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Mother's obesity and cognitive function in children


Mother's obesity and cognitive function in children.

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šŸ“ˆObesity rates continue to rise across the globe. If trends continue, by 2030 an estimated 38% of the worldā€™s adult population will be overweight and another 20% will be obese. The economic and psychosocial costs of obesity are striking.

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šŸ¤°Did you know that obesity in expectant mothers may play a role in the development of the babies' brains?

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šŸ”¬In the study called "An examination of maternal prenatal BMI and human fetal brain development" researched showed that fetal brain activity in the womb is statistically linked to the mother's BMI.

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In general, analyses of longitudinal, prospective, and observational studies support an association between maternal BMI and poorer cognitive performance, as well as increased risk of developing depression and anxiety.

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ā—ļøHaving a high BMI during pregnancy has been linked to an increased risk of various health problems for a baby.

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We believe that all women of childbearing age should have the opportunity to optimize their weight before pregnancy. High Performance Brain company offers advice on nutrition and lifestyle changes that should be made before pregnancy.

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šŸ“„Take charge of your health and schedule an appointment with High Performance Brain today. We offer a wide variety of services for the exceptional treatment and care for you and your family. Write an email to geral@hpbrain.org

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