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Omega-3-supplemented formula leads to bigger children: Study

Feeding infants an omega-3-supplemented formula led to longer and heavier children, compared to a control formula, says a study funded by Mead Johnson Nutrition and the National Institutes of Health. Infant formula is a highly emotive area.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

The fact you don’t see infant formulas with adequate levels of omega-3 fatty acids represents another potential epigenetic factor relating to childhood obesity.

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