The first three years of life, including the time spent in the mother’s womb, are crucial for the development of child’s immune system. The mother’s diet and breastfeeding affect the intestinal microbiota and the child’s immune system, and adequate establishment of the intestinal microbiota and its maintenance throughout life contribute to health in childhood and adulthood. Vitamins and minerals in the mother’s diet are important for the proper growth and development of the child as well as for the preservation of mother’s health, and good* bacteria promote balanced development of the intestinal microbiota.
Folic acid contributes to the growth of maternal tissue during pregnancy. Vitamin C contributes to the normal function of the immune system.
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