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Selected Bibliography
January 2004

Dewey, K.G. et al. A Randomized Study of the Effects of Aerobic Exercise by Lactating Women on Breast-Milk Volume and Composition. N Engl J Med 1994; 330(7):449-53.

Dewey, K.G. and Lovelady, C. Exercise and Breast-Feeding: A Different Experience. Pediatrics 1993; 91(2):514-15.

Dewey, K.G. and McCrory, M.A. Effects of Dieting and Physical Activity on Pregnancy and Lactation. Am J Clin Nutr 1994; 59(Suppl):446S-59S.

Dressendorfer, R.H. Physical Training During Pregnancy and Lactation. Phys Sportmed 1978; n:74-80.

Drinkwater, B.L. and Chesnut, C.H. Bone Density Changes During Pregnancy and Lactation in Active Women: A Longitudinal Study. Bone and Mineral 1991; 14:153-60.

Dusdieker, L.B. et al. Is milk production impaired by dieting during lactation? Am J Clin Nutr 1994; 59:833-40.

Lovelady, C.A. et al. Lactation Performance of Exercising Women. Am J Clin Nutr 1990; 52:103-09.

Lovelady, C.A. et al. The effect of weight loss in overweight, lactating women on the growth of their infants. N Engl J Med 2000-2-17; 342(7):449-53

Lovelady, C.A. et al. Effect of exercise on immunologic factors in breast milk. Pediatrics 2003-2;111(2):e148-e152

McCrory M.A. et al. Randomized trial of the short-term effects of dieting compared with dieting plus aerobic exercise on lactation performance. Am J Clin Nutr1999; 69:959-67

Prentice, A. Should Lactating Women Exercise? Nutr Reviews 1994; 52(10):358-60.

Schauberger, C.W. et al. Factors that Influence Weight Loss in the Puerperium. Obstet Gynecol 1992; 79(3):424-29.

Schelkun, P.H. Exercise and Breast-Feeding Mothers. Phys Sportsmed 1991; 19(4):109-16.

Spaaij, C.J.K. et al. Effect of Lactation on Resting Metabolic Rate and on Diet- and Work-Induced Thermogenesis. Am J Clin Nutr 1994; 59:42-47.

Walker, M. Lactic Acid and Breast-Feeding. Pediatrics 1993; 91(5):1016.

Wallace, J.P. Lactic Acid and Breast-Feeding. Pediatrics 1993; 91(5):1016-17.

Wallace, J.P. Exercise and Breast-Feeding: A Different Experience. Pediatrics 1993; 91(2):514-15.

Wallace, J.P. Breast Milk and Exercise Studies. Certified News 1993; 3(1):6-8, 14.

Wallace, J.P. Infant Acceptance of Postexercise Breast Milk. Pediatrics 1992; 89(6):1245-47.

Wallace, J.P. et al. The Influence of the Fullness of Milk in the Breasts on the Concentration of Lactic Acid in Postexercise Breast Milk. Int J Sports Med 1992; 13:395-98.

Wallace, J.P. and Rabin, J. The Accumulation of Lactic Acid in Mother's Milk Following Maximal Exercise. Med Sci Sports Exerc 1986; 18(2)suppl:S47.

Zhang, J. et al. Moderate Physical Activity and Bone Density Among Perimenopausal Women. Am J Public Health 1992; 82(5):736-38.

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