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Grant funded to improve mothers' nutrition before pregnancy and impact on baby
Date:12/17/2012

AURORA, Colo. (Dec. 17, 2012) The Regents of the University of Colorado are pleased to announce that the University of Colorado have been awarded a grant by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The grant,in the amount of more than $11 million, is to support research to normalize early growth of offspring of mothers in poor communities with high rates of early growth retardation. Michael Hambidge, MD, ScD, professor emeritus principal investigator and Nancy Krebs, MD, MS, professor both from the Nutrition Section, Department of Pediatrics, University of Colorado School of Medicine have the responsibility for the organization and conduct of this project.

Hambidge and Krebs have previously researched that it is not enough to provide babies with good nutrition after birth and are impressed with the growing evidence of the special importance of maternal nutrition before and in early pregnancy. Their objective is to determine the benefits to the babies of women in poor, food insecure environments by comparing the benefits of commencing a daily maternal multiple micronutrient-fortified lipid based nutrition supplement (with additional calories for underweight participants) at least three months prior to conception versus the benefits of commencing the same supplement at 12 weeks gestation. The offspring of each of these groups will also be compared with those of a concurrently randomized control group which receives the same home visits and education/support for hygiene and nutrition including breastfeeding. The equipment and experienced personnel are already in place at each site. The sites for the study will be in Guatemala, Pakistan, India, and Zambia.

"Many nutrition-related interventions, including some of our own, have had surprisingly little impact on reproductive outcomes, including especially postnatal infant growth. The evidence strongly points to the importance of extending the critical window to the health of the woman before she enters pregn
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Contact: Jackie Brinkman
jackie.brinkman@ucdenver.edu
303-724-1525
University of Colorado Denver
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