Nutrition & Dietetics

Virtual Issue: Nutrition During Pregnancy

Virtual Issue: Nutrition During Pregnancy


Diet and pregnancy: Keeping abreast of changes in advice
S Stanner1, H Gibson-Moore2, V Hall Moran2

1Editor of Nutrition Bulletin/Science Programme Manager, British Nutrition Foundation, London WC1V 6RQ 2 Research Assistant, British Nutrition Foundation, London WC1V 6RQ 3Senior Editor, Maternal & Child Nutrition/ Maternal & Infant Nutrition & Nurture Unit (MAINN), Brook Building, University of Central Lancashire, Preston PR1 2HE

Maternal & Child Nutrition and Nutrition Bulletin have collaborated together to produce a fascinating new virtual issue concerning pregnancy and diet.

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Gluckman PD, Hanson MA, Pinal C (2005) The developmental origins of adult disease. Maternal & Child Nutrition 1, 130-141

Wyness L (2011) Diet during pregnancy can lead to obesity in offspring. Nutrition Bulletin 36(3) 367-369

Berti C, Decsi T, Dykes F, Hermosa M, Koletzko B, Massari M, Moreno LA, Serra-Majem L, Cetin I (2010) Critical issues in setting micronutrient recommendations for pregnant women: an insight. Maternal & Child Nutrition 6 (Suppl 2), 5-22

Williamson, C. S. (2006). Nutrition in pregnancy. Nutrition Bulletin 31(1): 28-59.

Miles, L. (2008). Alcohol in pregnancy: is there a safe amount? Nutrition Bulletin 33(3): 224-226.

Miles, L. and R. Foxen (2009). New guidelines on caffeine in pregnancy. Nutrition Bulletin 34(2): 203-206.

Miles, L. and J. L. Buttriss (2010). Government advice revised – early life exposure to peanut no longer a risk factor for peanut allergy. Nutrition Bulletin 35(3): 240-244.

Riley H (2011) Weight management before, during and after pregnancy – what are the ‘rules’? Nutrition Bulletin 36(2): 212-215

Amorim AR, Linne Y, Kac G, Lourenco PM (2008) Assessment of weight changes during and after pregnancy practical approaches. Maternal & Child Nutrition 4, 1-13

Dewey KG and Cohen RJ (2007) Does birth spacing affect maternal or child nutritional status? A systematic review. Maternal & Child Nutrition 3, 151-173

Hall Moran V (2007) Nutritional status in pregnant adolescents: a systematic review of biochemical markers. Maternal & Child Nutrition 3, 74-93