When it comes to pregnancy, everyone knows that you're eating for two. In fact, when you're pregnant, your body needs more nutrient-rich foods than almost any other period of life. But did you know that what you eat, even decades before you get pregnant, can have as much or even more impact on your baby's future as what you eat during it?
New recommendations on maternal nutrition emphasize that nutritional choices starting as young as 10 years old have a huge impact on one's ability to safely and healthily have children decades later. So, what should teens be eating today?
To raise awareness of this important topic and to help spread the word about nutrition's critical role in future health, Abbott provided a grant to the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) to produce the first ever Think Nutrition First nutrition recommendations which were recently published in the International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. Click here for more information.
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