Early pregnancy body mass index modifies the association of pre-pregnancy dietary patterns with serum polyunsaturated fatty acid concentrations throughout pregnancy in Brazilian women.

@article{Benaim2018EarlyPB,
  title={Early pregnancy body mass index modifies the association of pre-pregnancy dietary patterns with serum polyunsaturated fatty acid concentrations throughout pregnancy in Brazilian women.},
  author={Camila Benaim and Ana Am{\'e}lia Freitas-Vilela and Thatiana de Jesus Pereira Pinto and Jaqueline Lepsch and Dayana Rodrigues Farias and Juliana Dos Santos Vaz and Tatiana El-Bacha and Gilberto Kac},
  journal={Maternal & child nutrition},
  year={2018},
  volume={14 1}
}
Dietary patterns (DPs) have been described as an important factor that may influence polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) concentrations and body mass index (BMI) during pregnancy. We aim to evaluate the association between pre-pregnancy DPs and serum PUFA percentages throughout pregnancy considering early pregnancy BMI as a possible effect modifier. A… CONTINUE READING