Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine, Texas, found babies of mothers who ate a great amount of had less fatty food in their stomachs bacteroides .
microbes can affect the development of the immune system and the ability to extract energy from food.
Dr. Chris: “.. The consumption of fatty foods reduces the level of a certain group of bacteria called Bacteroides
” The main part of your immune system is in your gut
“pregnant women who eat a lot of fats depressed levels of bacteroides in their intestines babies.”
“pregnant women who eat a lot of fats depressed levels of Bacteroides in their intestines babies.
” These microbes can affect the development of the immune system and the ability to extract energy from food, “added the doctor.
Dr. Chris also speaks recent study that found pregnant women taking paracetamol increases the risk of behavioral problems s in children
GP said .. “they found that mothers taking paracetamol increases the risk of behavioral problems in children
” again, be very careful with what your decision. This research just made more aware mummies “.
The study revealed take the common painkiller after 18 weeks of pregnancy increases the risk that her child would develop emotional problems and hyperactivity symptoms by the age of seven years.
until now, the analgesic acetaminophen, more commonly known as paracetamol over-the-counter, has been considered a safe option for pregnant mothers.
Dr. Chris and hosts Eamonn and Ruth also discussed the issue of menstrual pain and the number of women who are forced to stop working because of the condition.
Dr. Chris Steele also spoke about the troubling issue of a “postcode lottery” when it comes to taking care available for those suffering from dementia.
This came after the best and. worst performing for the prevention of dementia and attention in England areas were announced by the Department of new ‘atlas dementia’ Health, showing regional differences in the quality of support and diagnosis of patients
Dr. Chris said, “atlas of dementia reveals marked regional differences in the quality of care. There are 850,000 with Alzheimer’s disease in the UK now. “