The link between a newborn’s neurodevelopment and the mother's diet during pregnancy grows more important as new scientific findings appear. It is now well-understood that prenatal dietary choices of mothers-to-be strongly affect the development of children on many levels.

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Carbohydrates are the primary fuel of the human body. A few days without carbs drives the body into a metabolic state known as ketosis, where the primary energy source is fat. A diet that induces a permanent state of ketosis is known…

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In a recent report published in February by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, scientists in conjunction with state officials have found Diphyllobothrium latum (popularly known as Japanese broad tapeworm) worms and larvae in Alaskan salmon.

The Japanese tapeworm had a 99 percent…

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