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From: Bronwyn (
Subject:         Re: Hormones and foetus growth
Date: September 25, 2013 at 12:13 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Hormones and foetus growth posted by Jemma on September 24, 2013 at 11:42 pm:

Hello Jemma,

this thread centres on the effects of hormones in food and their
impact on excessive foetal growth.
If you're interested in another topic, being the relationship between a
mother's stress levels during pregnancy and baby birth weight, the
research indicates heightened cortisol levels lead to premature births
and lower birth weight, not larger.
What evidence leads you to the conclusion that 811rv women are
lying when they report comfortable pregnancies and births and
healthy baby birth weights?
Infant growth is much more important after birth than in the womb,
therefore Karmyn's report is a positive one.
Prof. Graham's pregnancy diet is none of my or anyone's business.
There is no obligation for any woman to follow any particular diet
during pregnancy.

Kind regards,

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