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  1. Human milk immune factors, maternal nutritional status, and infant sex: The INSPIRE studyCaffé, Beatrice - American Journal of Human Biology, 2023 - 1 Hypotheses

    The Trivers-Willard hypothesis posits that concentrations of human milk immune factors vary with maternal condition (maternal diet diversity and body mass index) and the sex of the infant. Using linear mixed-effects models to analyze 358 milk samples from 10 international sites, the authors find minimal support for the Trivers-Willard hypothesis; only one immune factor, IgG, exhibited a significant relationship.

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