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effects of nutritional factors on pregnancy in the rat.

Lorna Kathleen Burns

effects of nutritional factors on pregnancy in the rat.

by Lorna Kathleen Burns

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Published in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rats,
  • Pregnancy,
  • Nutrition

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNutritional factors on pregnancy in the rat
    ContributionsToronto, Ont. University.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLE3 T525 MA 1964 B875
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 35 leaves.
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14745330M

    The food we eat gives our bodies the "information" and materials they need to function properly. If we don't get the right information, our metabolic processes suffer and our health we get too much food, or food that gives our bodies the wrong instructions, we can become overweight, undernourished, and at risk for the development of diseases and conditions, such as arthritis. A mother’s nutrition status and health both before and during pregnancy have significant effects on the outcome of her offspring. A baby's birth weight, rate of Compare a woman’s nutritional needs as she transitions from pregnancy to lactation. ed.). Washington, DC: Meredith Books. Changes During Pregnancy. Breast.

    nutritional costs of pregnancy and lactation also contribute significantly to their poor nutritional status. A recent small-sale study in Kersa sub-district of Oromiya region showed that 35 percent of non-pregnant women in this southwestern part of the country had a body mass index (kg/m2) lower than (indicative of poor nutritional status). Pregnancy is a critical period during which maternal nutrition has a major effect on a mother’s and baby’s health. Lack of adequate nutrition of good quality and quantity during pregnancy can cause health problems for both the mother and her fetus.

    The nutritional restriction during pregnancy resulted in a marked reduction in maternal body weight from conception until day 10 of gestation. After that, a weight recovery was observed until the parturition, being the weight at that moment similar to day 0, but significantly lower than that of the nourished females . Nutrition plays a major role in maternal and child health and dietary interventions in pregnancy can influence maternal, fetal and infant health. Poor maternal nutritional status, along with maternal body composition, metabolism and. placental nutrient supply, are the main factors that can negatively or positively influence fetal.


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Effects of nutritional factors on pregnancy in the rat by Lorna Kathleen Burns Download PDF EPUB FB2

Maternal nutrition during pregnancy, and how this impacts placental and fetal growth and metabolism, is of considerable interest to women, their partners and their health care professionals.

In developing countries, maternal undernutrition is a major factor contributing to adverse pregnancy Cited by: Maternal diet during pregnancy is thought to be one of the most influential factors on child health and development. However, dietary interventions during this period may miss a critical window to improve health during childhood, as well as adult life.

Background: Studies of the effects of prenatal nutrition on neurodevelopment in humans are complicated because poor nutrition occurs in the context of psychosocial stressors and other risk factors associated with poor developmental outcomes. Objective: Under controlled experimental conditions, we tested an effect of prenatal nutrition on neurodevelopmental outcomes in the Cited by: Abstract.

Pregnancy and lactation constitute states of considerable physiological stress which impose increased nutritional demands. If these demands are not adequately met, it may be expected that not only the nutritional status of the subject will be affected, but also the course of pregnancy and by: Physical activity during pregnancy has potential effects on subsequent lactation performance in humans, but these effects are difficult to assess because of the limited available data.

The consideration of any relationship requires the definition of at least two terms: lactation performance and physical activity. Lactation performance usually is defined from measurements of milk volume and.

Poor nutrition and insufficient maternal weight gain during pregnancy are associated with a higher risk of preterm delivery, according to “Preventive Nutrition: The Comprehensive Guide for Health Professionals.” Premature birth brings fetal development to a screeching halt, as the fetus becomes a newborn 6.

Often, that newborn faces. The state of maternal nutrition is one of the important environmental factors which might be expected to influence the course ofpregnancy. The growth of foetal tissues and the other products of conceptionandthemetabolic alterations consequent on pregnancy impose great stress and result in an increase in the expectant mother's nutritional.

Maternal malnutrition during the first trimester of pregnancy can cause obesity and coronary heart disease in the child in the future; If the mother experiences severe malnutrition during her second or third trimester the risks of the child to develop glucose intolerance, lung diseases, hyper tension, type two diabetes, osteoporosis and organ dysfunction increases.

Nutritional Risk Factors in Pregnancy that Require Observation. (1) Risk factors at the onset of pregnancy. (a) Adolescence.

Many adolescents are nutritionally at risk due to a. variety of complex and interrelated emotions and social and economic factors that may. adversely affect dietary intake. Another factor which seems to be important is the period of maternal ingestion of these diets during pregnancy, e.g.

inadequate nutrition during preconception, mid or late pregnancy, whole pregnancy or pregnancy and lactation (27). Maternal undernutrition in the ewe (28, 29) or maternal protein restriction in the rat (30) during periconceptional or.

Maternal effects of nutritional restriction during pregnancy. Average daily food intake during pregnancy was ± g/d in ad libitum controls and ± g/day in the nutritionally. Data was managed using SPSS Change in nutrition knowledge and dietary practice of pregnant women during pregnancy was analysed by using paired t-test and 95% confidence interval.

Results: The response rate of this study was %. The common source of information for pregnant women on nutrition during pregnancy was health professionals (59%).

A balanced diet full of whole grains, fruits and vegetables will help keep health throughout pregnancy. Inadequate nutrition, especially early in the pregnancy, may impair fetal brain development and cause abnormalities in endocrine functioning, organ development and the energy metabolism of child.

Education is an important factor in health. Bayol et al. Offspring from mothers fed a "junk food" diet in pregnancy and lactation exhibit exacerbated adiposity which is more pronounced.

socio cultural factors are important factors in considering () observed that people who most affected are th e the quantity of food. Usually the family head receives th e pregnant women.

Pregnancy is the most crucial nutritionally demanding period of every woman’s life. The high demand of nutrients to deposit energy in the form of new tissue, growth of existing maternal tissues such as breast and uterus and increased energy requirements for tissue synthesis makes pregnant women more vulnerable to malnutrition.

Dietary practice is defined as an observable actions or. largely on the interaction of several factors in any given human societies. Apart from the conditions of health centers and the factors that affect their use or non-use, the culture of the people, environment where they live and the socio-economic status of women is also strongly associated with pregnancy.

chronic malnutrition or seventy-two hours of acute food deprivation on days 17 through 19 of pregnancy resulted in a significant inhibition of maternal weight previously reported, the loss of mass during acute starvation was shared by both mothers and fetuses because, following parturition, the weights of the malnourished mothers were significantly less than the weights of the.

The present work aimed to evaluate the effects of dietary protein insufficiency during pregnancy on the structure of the liver in rat fetuses. Morphometric and histological studies in addition to biochemical analysis of the glycogen and protein content in the fetal liver will be assessed.

Nutrition in pregnancy and lactation. WHO. The most common high-risk factor in pregnancy was PIH which accounted for 50% of cases. Out of. For example, other factors such as maternal smoking during pregnancy, which is positively and progressively associated with poverty, may play a role in cognitive development deficiencies and even growth deficiencies.

In underprivileged environments, where food is scarce and of poor quality, the lack of food may also contribute to the fact.About the Book The present book is basically intended for the students of Ayurveda as well as for the students studying different courses of Dietetics in Ayurveda as.

1. Introduction. There is increasing evidence that low prenatal vitamin D may be associated with a range of adverse health outcomes (Hollis and Wagner, a, Hollis and Wagner, b).While the links between prenatal vitamin D and later growth and bone health are in keeping with the traditional role of vitamin D (Javaid et al., ; Morley et al., ), there is now a growing body .