Increased maternal nutrition alters development of the appetite-regulating network in the brain.

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Individuals exposed to an increased nutrient supply before birth have a high risk of becoming obese children and adults. It has been proposed that exposure of the fetus to high maternal nutrient intake results in permanent changes within the central appetite regulatory network. No studies, however, have investigated the impact of increased maternal… (More)

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@article{Mhlhusler2006IncreasedMN, title={Increased maternal nutrition alters development of the appetite-regulating network in the brain.}, author={Beverly S M{\"{u}hlh{\"a}usler and Clare L. Adam and Patricia A Findlay and Jaime A. Duffield and I Caroline Mcmillen}, journal={FASEB journal : official publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology}, year={2006}, volume={20 8}, pages={1257-9} }