Milk consumption in pregnancy may make children taller

09/5/2013 | Daily Mail (London), The

Recently published research suggests that children born to women who consumed more than 150 milliliters of milk per day during pregnancy are more likely to be tall later in life. The study followed the babies of 809 women who gave birth in Denmark in 1988 and 1989, and found that children of women who drank 150 ml per day were taller and were at a lower risk level for type 2 diabetes.

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