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The study did not really address the food intake of the mother. It would be interesting to see a study using 2 groups. 1 group of women that eat their normal everyday diet and Group 2 mothers that are fed a brain healthy diet with Omega 3's.
I wonder if the results would show that the mothers that were conscious of their diet as well as having skin to skin contact with the infant would show that brain development improved greatly in group 2. It would be nice to see. Great post Christopher Bergland
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