A pregnant mother’s diet is believed to be critical to her baby’s future health, and most studies show that this has something to do with the child’s growth and development. However, new research reveals that a mother’s diet could also influence her child’s future eating habits or addictions. New research published in The FASEB Journal suggests that consuming junk food during pregnancy can cause changes in the brain involving the development of the opioid signaling pathway of unborn children. These changes result in babies being less sensitive to opioids, which are natural chemicals released upon consumption of foods that are […]Continue reading Junk Food Addiction in Moms Passed to Babies
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