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Eating to support baby's brain development
Because your baby's nervous system starts developing right out of the starting gates, it's important to consume 400 micrograms of folate (aka folic acid or vitamin B) daily as soon as you think you might want to get pregnant. This nutrient is essential for fetal cell growth, tissue development and DNA — and consuming enough before (and early in) pregnancy reduces a baby's chance of serious neural tube defects (like spina bifida) by 70 percent. Research also suggests that the nutrient can reduce the chances your child will be born with an autism spectrum disorder by up to 40 percent. So take your prenatal vitamin (which should have at least 400 mcg), and make sure to eat plenty of folate-rich foods (like leafy greens and whole grains).
Another important nutrient for brain (and eye) development: omega-3 fatty acids, specifically DHA (aka docosahexaenoic acid). Getting enough — especially during your third trimester, when baby's brain is developing the fastest — is vital, since it's a major structural fat in the brain and eyes. The good news: DHA is found in lots of safe-to-eat fatty, cold water fish (like salmon, trout and cod), along with seaweed and DHA-fortified eggs.
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Structure of Sperm cells Brought to U.... http://successgain.us and http://successgain.info My memories Structure of Sperm cells Posted in 2013 Structure of sperm cells is known as Structure of the Germinal epithelium.. The points shown in the picture are 1 2 3 4 5 6 7a 7b 8 9 10 11 A B Peritubular cells Basal membrane Spermatogonia Tight junction Spermatocyte I Spermatocyte II Spermatids Spermatids Acrosome Residual bodies Spermatozoas Cell nucleus of sustentacular cells (Sertoli) Basal zone Adluminal zone The epithelium consists of Sertoli's sustentacular cells and the spermatogenic cells. The Sertoli's cells form a single-layered lamina and extend from the basal lamina to the tubule lumen. With their labyrinthine cellular processes they surround the individual types of germ cells more or less completely. Spermatogenesis is thus accomplished in close contact with the Sertoli's cells, which not only have supportive and nourishing functions, but
Woman should know about Infections before conceiving Brought to U.... http://successgain.us and http://successgain.info My memories Woman should know about Infections before conceiving Posted in 2017 If you are trying to have a baby or are just thinking about it, it is not too early to start getting ready for pregnancy. Preconception health and health care focus on things you can do before and between pregnancies to increase the chances of having a healthy baby. For some women, getting their body ready for pregnancy takes a few months. For other women, it might take longer. Whether this is your first, second, or sixth baby, the following are important steps to help you get ready for the healthiest pregnancy possible. Causes of Infections 1... Life style disorders... if you smoke , drink alcohol , or use “street” drugs external icon ; live in a stressful or abusive environment ; or work with or live around toxic substances. 2... Medical Conditions... So