Dads’ diet impacts offspring’s health: RMIT research

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The amount of food consumed by fathers could have a direct impact on their unborn children's health and wellbeing, according to new RMIT University research. The study suggests that a dad’s diet before they conceive could be genetically passed onto the next generation, with a subsequent impact on those childrens’ mental health. While mothers’ diet

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