High-protein nutrition during pregnancy and lactation programs blood pressure, food efficiency, and body weight of the offspring in a sex-dependent manner.

@article{ThoneReineke2006HighproteinND,
  title={High-protein nutrition during pregnancy and lactation programs blood pressure, food efficiency, and body weight of the offspring in a sex-dependent manner.},
  author={Christa Thone-Reineke and Philipp Kalk and Maren Dorn and Susanne Klaus and Kristina Simon and Thiemo Pfab and Michael Godes and Patrik Persson and Thomas Unger and Berthold Hocher},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={291 4},
  pages={R1025-30}
}
Maternal low-protein diet during pregnancy is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease of the offspring in later life. The impact of high-protein diet during pregnancy on the cardiovascular phenotype of the offspring, however, is still unknown. We examined the influence of a high-protein diet during pregnancy and lactation on the renal, hemodynamic, and metabolic phenotype of the F1 generation. Female Wistar rats were either fed a normal protein diet (20% protein: NP) or an isocaloric high… CONTINUE READING
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