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Maternal diet sets up junk food addiction in babies
Date:4/30/2013

on for overconsumption of junk food and obesity. It's going to make it much more difficult for them to maintain a healthy body weight."

Dr Mhlhusler says it is important to try and understand the effects of the maternal diet at a very early stage in the offspring to see what systems could be targeted, if any, to reverse the problem.

Initial findings from further work, however, have suggested the alterations to the opioid receptors are permanent.

"The take-home message for women is that eating large amounts of junk food during pregnancy and while breastfeeding will have long-term consequences for their child's preference for these foods, which will ultimately have negative effects on their health," Dr Mhlhusler says.


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Contact: Beverly Mühlhäusler
beverly.muhlhausler@adelaide.edu.au
61-402-143-949
University of Adelaide
Source:Eurekalert

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