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A Day in the Life of Lucy Martinez Sullivan

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The first “1,000 days” refers to the 1,000 days from a woman’s pregnancy to her child’s second birthday. This 1,000-day window is a unique opportunity in a child’s life, when their nutrition and early life experiences lay
the foundation for the decades that are to come. We think of this  n terms of three key areas. The first is brain development. Babies are literally built from nutrition. Nutrition is the fuel that drives the incredible brain development that occurs from even the very early stages of a woman’s pregnancy. Many people may take for granted the role that nutrition plays in shaping cognitive development during this phase of life, but it is  absolutely essential, and its adequacy or inadequacy will dictate whether an individual will thrive or suffer  irreversible damage – damage that will lead to problems at school and in the workplace later in life.

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Year 2016
Authors Jonathan Steffen
Language English
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DOI https://doi.org/10.52439/PKFX1244
DOI Number 10.52439/PKFX1244
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Discover the science behind nutrition and our latest initiatives for a promising tomorrow.​

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