In vitro fertilization (IVF) and weight gain
A study found that IVF is more likely to be overweight. In vitro fertilization instead of the mother’s body may cause more fat to be stored in the child’s body.
Study Results of In vitro fertilization
!) Those IVF children weigh more than their counterparts even if they eat in natural quantities.
!) Experts have revealed that genetic changes in pipe children, and that when they reach the age of nine weigh more than the rest of the children 1.5 pounds[wp_ad_camp_2]
!) This difference is important because overweight children are more likely to become overweight adults.
!) IVF children are more likely to develop cardiovascular problems later in life.
!) Artificial insemination of children’s programming may store food as lifelong.
!) Hormones given to women in order to take eggs for IVF may play a role in overweight children by changing the way cells behave in the early days of life.[wp_ad_camp_2]
!) IVF children begin as embryos are grown in a dish in the laboratory and various chemicals used may cause changes in the birth weight of children.
!) Research has shown that these chemicals cause the babies to be born in a smaller size, which may change the way children absorb nutrients or the way the placenta passes through nutrients.
!) This may lead to more food being stored as fat because the body wants to make sure it gets enough.