Milk intake during pregnancy may affect height, diabetes risk in children

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

According to a study in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, children born to women who consumed more than 150 ml of milk, or roughly 5 ounces, daily during pregnancy are more likely to be tall later in life than those whose mothers drank less. Researchers also found that children whose mothers had high milk intake during pregnancy had higher insulin levels by their late teens, suggesting they had lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

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