Prenatal diet may influence children's bone health, study says

Higher intake of protein, phosphorus and vitamin B12 during pregnancy was linked to increased bone mass and bone mineral content in children, according to a study in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Children born to mothers who had greater carbohydrate consumption and higher blood levels of homocysteine were more likely to have lower bone mass and bone mineral content, researchers said.

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