Monday, October 26, 2009

Starting Good Food Habits Begins in the Womb

A recent article in Time Magazine reports on a Stanford University study by clinical professor, Alan Greene that states children can acquire nutritional intelligence which will help them make healthier choices when they are older. He says this food imprinting begins when the child is in the mothers womb. He stresses that this is a learned behavior that begins with the food the mother eats while pregnant.

A separate study published last year in The Journal of Physiology revealed the long term effect of good imprinting. This study showed that, “When mothers eat healthy foods while pregnant and nursing, the metabolism of the offspring is set differently” said Greene.

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