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Maternal vitamin D may be vital to childhood development

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Preventing vitamin D deficiencies in pregnant women might be important for ensuring normal development in children, say UK researchers.

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Lutein levels linked to a more agile and ‘youthful’ brain: Study

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Eating walnuts may boost good gut bacteria, suggests study

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‘Breast milk-like’ formula may help babies sleep more and cry less, suggests study

Algal solution: Could Spirulina modify the microbiome to protect against age-related damage?

Algal solution: Could Spirulina modify the microbiome to protect against age-related damage?

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Food-based iodine during pregnancy important for child brain development

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High-beta-glucan barley aids weight loss and fat reduction: Japan RCT

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Researchers analyze efficacy of chewable plant stanol ester supplements

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‘Significant’ shortfall of certain nutrients in Spanish diet

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Infant gut bacteria link with smarter toddlers: Study

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