The first years of life are critical for strong foundations. The human brain is the most complex organ in the human body.
The nutritional status of a woman at pre-conception, her diet during pregnancy and lactation, and her infant’s nutrition all play a role in shaping the growth and development of the infant for later health and optimal cognitive performance.
Gestation and infancy are foundational periods that are critical for lifetime brain function. Nutritional deficiencies during these periods may result in the infant failing to reach the full potential in cognitive, motive and socioemotional skills.
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- The cognitive developmental stages in early life
- An understanding of the key nutrients required for a healthy brain
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