Heart Health’s Potential Link to Early-life Nutrition

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While researchers are well versed in the cardiovascular risks associated with a bad diet, a lack of exercise, and smoking, they’re still learning about another possible risk factor that could lead to poor cardiac health: what you
consume in the first few weeks of your life. Dr. Daniel Columbus, an adjunct professor at the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) College of Agriculture and Bioresources, is looking at the effects of early life nutrition and associated long-term health outcomes in people and animals.

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