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Reduced Pesticide Exposure, Improved Outcomes? A Review of Organic Food Consumption and Pregnancy Complications

20/1/24

By:

Priya Trivedi

Page No 91

 J Medi Ntri Vol 1 Issue 2 Page 91-94

Reduced Pesticide Exposure, Improved Outcomes? A Review of Organic Food Consumption and Pregnancy Complications

Priya Trivedi1, Kshitij Bhardwaj2,

1 ISMNFood and Biosciences Research Lab,Lucknow

2Nutrition Council of India Institute of Food,Nutrition and Health Sciences



Abstract: Pregnancy represents a critical period where Maternal Nutrition significantly influences Fetal development and long-term health outcomes. The rising popularity of organic food consumption during pregnancy has prompted increased interest in its potential benefits. This comprehensive review systematically analyzes existing research on the intricate relationship between organic food and pregnancy health, A thorough examination of studies assessing the impact of Organic food consumption on pregnancy outcomes, including complications, birth weight, and long-term benefits. The review incorporates observational studies and randomized controlled trials published in the last decade, providing a current perspective on the evolving research landscape. Critical evaluation reveals limitations such as observational biases, confounding factors, and the need for larger, well-designed trials. By pinpointing gaps, this review guides future research towards addressing methodological shortcomings and enhancing the understanding of the organic food and pregnancy health link.



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