5 Important Supplements for Women

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Most women do not get sufficient nutrition from food, so it requires extra vitamins. Because it is known vitamins and minerals that are important to women.

Minerals and vitamins can be obtained from healthy foods or supplements, but sometimes the women do not notice it. Whereas vitamins and minerals has an important function for the body.

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Antiflu in Pregnant Women Protect Infants After Birth

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When pregnant women get flu vaccinations, they not only protect themselves during pregnancy, but also can help keep their babies against the flu during the first few months of life.

A study published online in Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, earlier this week found that when women were given the vaccination in the second or third trimester of pregnancy, their babies are significantly less likely to develop flu, and the baby’s blood showed evidence of antibodies to the flu.

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Baby milk formula can lead obesity for Healthy Babies

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Formula milk is actually destined for premature babies or less severe, but to a healthy baby should not rush to give infant formula to limit exclusive breastfeeding. Why is infant formula is not suitable for healthy babies?

From research by British scientists found in healthy baby who formula-fed it can cause obesity that trigger heart disease and diabetes later.

The results mentioned formula-fed enriched with protein, vitamins and other nutrients when administered in normal infants it can cause obesity (overweight) when children aged 5 years.

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Breastfeeding Reduce the Risk of Diabetes

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There is good news for those of you mothers who breastfeed your baby. Based on research, nursing mothers the possibility of type 2 diabetes later in life is lower than mothers who did not breastfeed.

Scientists say that breastfeeding helps convert fat left around the abdomen after giving birth, one of the factors that cause disease.

They believe that the decline in breastfeeding rates in the western world could help explain the explosion of type 2 diabetes among middle-aged women. The results published in the American Journal of Medicine, Saturday (28 / 8). The study involved 2333 women aged 40-78.

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