"There are a lot of unanswered questions. For example, we don't know if the women were taking omega-3 fatty acids or if they were eating highly processed yogurt," said Dr. Jana Klauer, a New York physician specializing in nutrition. Klauer explained these and other factors could account for the findings.
This research also does not change nutritional advice for pregnant women.
"It's recommended that pregnant women keep down the amount of calories and fat. They don't want to gain too much weight," said Klauer. "The current recommendation is low-fat dairy."
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