Brain Health From Birth: Nurturing Brain Development During Pregnancy and the First Year

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Franklin Fox Publishing LLC, Aug 28, 2019 - Health & Fitness - 320 pages

Raising a bright and happy child starts during pregnancy and early infancy, when small changes can have a big impact on brain development. 


By taking advantage of this golden window of opportunity--when millions of new brain cells are formed every single day--you can help support your child's IQ, language development, memory, attention span, and emotional regulation. Importantly, the same strategies that nurture these cognitive abilities can also help reduce the odds of autism and ADHD, conditions that now impact 1 in 10 children.


Brain Health from Birth is your guide to this new scientific frontier, explaining which key nutrients may be missing from your prenatal supplement, how to reduce the odds of preterm birth, what to look for in a formula, how to support your baby's microbiome, and much more.


With contributions from leading obstetricians and pediatricians, science writer Rebecca Fett (author of the bestselling fertility book It Starts with the Egg) brings you practical advice you can start applying today, to help your baby thrive.

 

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Contents

Introduction
Folate Choline for Brain Development
Fish Omega3 Fats
Prenatal Supplement Summary
The Risks Benefits of Ultrasounds
The Natural Nursery
Breastfeeding and the Formula Wars
Pain Fever Relief for Babies
Safeguarding the Microbiome
Putting It All Together
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Rebecca Fett has a degree in molecular biology and biochemistry. Before becoming a full-time author, she was a patent litigation attorney in New York, where she specialized in analyzing scientific and clinical evidence and translating complex science into plain English. She is the author of the fertility book It Starts with the Egg and the mother of two boys. 

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