Animal models of programming: early life influences on appetite and feeding behaviour.

@article{LangleyEvans2005AnimalMO,
  title={Animal models of programming: early life influences on appetite and feeding behaviour.},
  author={Simon C. Langley-Evans and Leanne Bellinger and Sarah McMullen},
  journal={Maternal & child nutrition},
  year={2005},
  volume={1 3},
  pages={142-8}
}
Epidemiological observations of associations between early life nutrition and long-term disease risk have prompted detailed experimental investigation of the biological basis of programming. Studies using rodent or large animal models have clearly established the biological plausibility of nutritional programming and are now yielding important information on underlying mechanisms. Nutritional interventions in pregnancy, including global food restriction, protein restriction, micronutrient… CONTINUE READING

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