Healthy Mums and Babies (HUMBA) trial 12 month follow up protocol
This is the protocol for a follow-up study of 1-year-old children and their mothers from the HUMBA Demonstration Trial, two by two factorial randomised controlled trial of a dietary intervention versus routine dietary advice, and probiotics versus placebo (double blind) in obese pregnant women.
The primary objectives of this study are to determine if at 1 year post expected delivery date whether treatment of obese pregnant women with probiotics versus placebo, and a dietary intervention versus routine dietary advice: 1) For the infant reduces risk factors for later obesity and cardio-metabolic disease, including large body size, rapid growth, excess adiposity, high food avidity (appetite), excess nutrient intake, aortic intima-medial thickening and low physical activity; and improves neurodevelopmental progress; 2) For the mother reduces post-partum weight retention and increases healthy nutritional and physical activity behaviours, and measures of mental health and quality of life.
Cure Kids Grant 3572
Publisher (e.g. University of Auckland)University of Auckland
- Foetal development and medicine
- Obstetrics and gynaecology
- Paediatrics not elsewhere classified
- Primary health care
- Public health nutrition
- Pacific Peoples health and wellbeing not elsewhere classified
- Te hauora me te oranga o te Māori kāore anō kia whakarōpūhia i wāhi kē (Māori health and wellbeing not elsewhere classified)
- Health care administration