Maternal dietary patterns in pregnancy and fetal growth in Japan: the Osaka Maternal and Child Health Study.

@article{Okubo2012MaternalDP,
  title={Maternal dietary patterns in pregnancy and fetal growth in Japan: the Osaka Maternal and Child Health Study.},
  author={Hitomi Okubo and Yoshihiro Miyake and Satoshi Sasaki and Keiko Tanaka and Kentaro Murakami and Yoshio Hirota and Hideharu Kanzaki and Mitsuyoshi Kitada and Yorihiko Horikoshi and Osamu Ishiko and Yuichiro Nakai and Junko Nishio and Seiichi Yamamasu and Jinsuke Yasuda and Seigo Hachiouji-shi Kawai and Kazumi Yanagihara and Koji Wakuda and Tokio Kawashima and Katsuhiko Narimoto and Yoshihiko Iwasa and Katsuhiko Orino and Itsuo Tsunetoh and Junichi Yoshida and Junichi Iito and Takuzi Kaneko and Takao Kamiya and Hiroyuki Kuribayashi and Takeshi Taniguchi and Hideo Takemura and Yasuhiko Morimoto and Ichiro Matsunaga and Hajime Oda and Yukihiro Ohya},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={2012},
  volume={107 10},
  pages={
          1526-33
        }
}
Maternal nutritional status during pregnancy is an important determinant of fetal growth. Although the effects of several nutrients and foods have been well examined, little is known about the relationship of overall maternal diet in pregnancy to fetal growth, particularly in non-Western populations. We prospectively examined the relationship of maternal dietary patterns in pregnancy to neonatal anthropometric measurements at birth and risk of small-for-gestational-age (SGA) birth among 803… CONTINUE READING

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