Habitual fish consumption does not prevent a decrease in LCPUFA status in pregnant women (the Seychelles Child Development Nutrition Study)

M. P. Bonham, E. M. Duffy, Julie Wallace, P. J. Robson, G. J. Myers, P. W. Davidson, T. W. Clarkson, C. F. Shamlaye, JJ Strain

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