Published in Women's Health Weekly, June 16th, 2005
A small pilot study published in Nutrition Journal found that obese women fed their children more energy-rich food, and spent less time feeding and interacting with them than normal-weight women.
Infancy may be one of the critical periods for the development of childhood obesity. The role of parents, especially mothers, in controlling the diet and energy intake of their children during early childhood to prevent obesity later in life is crucial.
Russell Rising and Fima Lifshitz of EMTAC, Inc.,...
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