What Does Birth Have to Do With Girth?
Maternal use of antibiotics in the third trimester of pregnancy.
Breast or bottle.
Receiving antibiotics during the first six months of life.
Being spoon-fed purees rather than baby-led weaning.
Playing in nature.
Being surrounded by books.
Removing tonsils before the age of seven years.
Eating meat from animals fed low dose antibiotics to hasten their readiness for slaughter.
Even vegetables, though not dosed with antibiotics directly, are often grown in soil fortified with the manure of antibiotic-fed animals …
What role do these factors play in future health and risk of obesity for your child?
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