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NNIW85 - Preventive Aspects of Early Nutrition - NNI Workshop

Editor(s): M. Fewtrell, F. Haschke, S. Prescott. 85

The 85th Nestle Nutrition Workshop was based on well-established and documented evidence that early-life events, including nutrition, play a powerful role in programming a person’s development, metabolism and health for the future.The implications of early nutrition programming are significant – particularly when it comes to the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and obesity, as well as effects on immune function, allergy risk, and cognitive and behavioral outcomes later in life. It was concluded that by ensuring appropriate nutrition early in life, we have enormous potential to improve the health of future generations.Download the brochure here

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Nature and Nurture in Early Feeding Behavior

Author(s): L. Cooke

The 85th Nestle Nutrition Workshop was based on well-established and documented evidence that early-life events, including nutrition, play a powerful role in programming a person’s development, metabolism and health for the future.The implications of early nutrition programming are significant – particularly when it comes to the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and obesity, as well as effects on immune function, allergy risk, and cognitive and behavioral outcomes later in life. It was concluded that by ensuring appropriate nutrition early in life, we have enormous potential to improve the health of future generations.Download the brochure here

Dietary Patterns during Complementary Feeding and Later Outcomes

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The 85th Nestle Nutrition Workshop was based on well-established and documented evidence that early-life events, including nutrition, play a powerful role in programming a person’s development, metabolism and health for the future.The implications of early nutrition programming are significant – particularly when it comes to the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and obesity, as well as effects on immune function, allergy risk, and cognitive and behavioral outcomes later in life. It was concluded that by ensuring appropriate nutrition early in life, we have enormous potential to improve the health of future generations.Download the brochure here

The Development of Flavor Perception and Acceptance: The Roles of Nature and Nurture

Author(s): C. Forestell

The 85th Nestle Nutrition Workshop was based on well-established and documented evidence that early-life events, including nutrition, play a powerful role in programming a person’s development, metabolism and health for the future.The implications of early nutrition programming are significant – particularly when it comes to the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and obesity, as well as effects on immune function, allergy risk, and cognitive and behavioral outcomes later in life. It was concluded that by ensuring appropriate nutrition early in life, we have enormous potential to improve the health of future generations.Download the brochure here

Learning to Eat: Behavioral and Psychological Aspects

Author(s): L. Birch and W. Flatt

The 85th Nestle Nutrition Workshop was based on well-established and documented evidence that early-life events, including nutrition, play a powerful role in programming a person’s development, metabolism and health for the future.The implications of early nutrition programming are significant – particularly when it comes to the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and obesity, as well as effects on immune function, allergy risk, and cognitive and behavioral outcomes later in life. It was concluded that by ensuring appropriate nutrition early in life, we have enormous potential to improve the health of future generations.Download the brochure here

Can Optimal Complementary Feeding Improve Later Health and Development?

Author(s): M.S. Fewtrell

The 85th Nestle Nutrition Workshop was based on well-established and documented evidence that early-life events, including nutrition, play a powerful role in programming a person’s development, metabolism and health for the future.The implications of early nutrition programming are significant – particularly when it comes to the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and obesity, as well as effects on immune function, allergy risk, and cognitive and behavioral outcomes later in life. It was concluded that by ensuring appropriate nutrition early in life, we have enormous potential to improve the health of future generations.Download the brochure here

Infant Feeding and Opportunities for Obesity Risk Reduction

Author(s): J. Saavedra

The 85th Nestle Nutrition Workshop was based on well-established and documented evidence that early-life events, including nutrition, play a powerful role in programming a person’s development, metabolism and health for the future.The implications of early nutrition programming are significant – particularly when it comes to the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and obesity, as well as effects on immune function, allergy risk, and cognitive and behavioral outcomes later in life. It was concluded that by ensuring appropriate nutrition early in life, we have enormous potential to improve the health of future generations.Download the brochure here

Postnatal High Protein Intake Can Contribute to Accelerated Weight Gain of Infants and Increased Obesity Risk

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The 85th Nestle Nutrition Workshop was based on well-established and documented evidence that early-life events, including nutrition, play a powerful role in programming a person’s development, metabolism and health for the future.The implications of early nutrition programming are significant – particularly when it comes to the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and obesity, as well as effects on immune function, allergy risk, and cognitive and behavioral outcomes later in life. It was concluded that by ensuring appropriate nutrition early in life, we have enormous potential to improve the health of future generations.Download the brochure here

Effects of Early Nutrition on the Infant Metabolome

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The 85th Nestle Nutrition Workshop was based on well-established and documented evidence that early-life events, including nutrition, play a powerful role in programming a person’s development, metabolism and health for the future.The implications of early nutrition programming are significant – particularly when it comes to the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and obesity, as well as effects on immune function, allergy risk, and cognitive and behavioral outcomes later in life. It was concluded that by ensuring appropriate nutrition early in life, we have enormous potential to improve the health of future generations.Download the brochure here

Endocrine and Metabolic Biomarkers Predicting Early Childhood Obesity Risk

Author(s): P. Socha, C. Hellmuth, D. Gruszfeld, H. Demmelmair, P. Rzehak, V. Grote, M. Weber, J. Escribano, R. Closa-Monasterolo, E. Dain, J.P.l Langhendries, E. Riva, E. Verduci and B. Koletzko

The 85th Nestle Nutrition Workshop was based on well-established and documented evidence that early-life events, including nutrition, play a powerful role in programming a person’s development, metabolism and health for the future.The implications of early nutrition programming are significant – particularly when it comes to the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and obesity, as well as effects on immune function, allergy risk, and cognitive and behavioral outcomes later in life. It was concluded that by ensuring appropriate nutrition early in life, we have enormous potential to improve the health of future generations.Download the brochure here

Development, Epigenetics and Metabolic Programming

Author(s): K. Godfrey, P. Costello and K. Lillycrop

The 85th Nestle Nutrition Workshop was based on well-established and documented evidence that early-life events, including nutrition, play a powerful role in programming a person’s development, metabolism and health for the future.The implications of early nutrition programming are significant – particularly when it comes to the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and obesity, as well as effects on immune function, allergy risk, and cognitive and behavioral outcomes later in life. It was concluded that by ensuring appropriate nutrition early in life, we have enormous potential to improve the health of future generations.Download the brochure here

Interrupting Intergenerational Cycles of Maternal Obesity

Author(s): M. Gillman

The 85th Nestle Nutrition Workshop was based on well-established and documented evidence that early-life events, including nutrition, play a powerful role in programming a person’s development, metabolism and health for the future.The implications of early nutrition programming are significant – particularly when it comes to the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and obesity, as well as effects on immune function, allergy risk, and cognitive and behavioral outcomes later in life. It was concluded that by ensuring appropriate nutrition early in life, we have enormous potential to improve the health of future generations.Download the brochure here

Using Food and Nutritional Strategies to Induce Tolerance in Food-Allergic Children

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The 85th Nestle Nutrition Workshop was based on well-established and documented evidence that early-life events, including nutrition, play a powerful role in programming a person’s development, metabolism and health for the future.The implications of early nutrition programming are significant – particularly when it comes to the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and obesity, as well as effects on immune function, allergy risk, and cognitive and behavioral outcomes later in life. It was concluded that by ensuring appropriate nutrition early in life, we have enormous potential to improve the health of future generations.Download the brochure here

Infant Feeding: Foods, Nutrients and Dietary Strategies to Prevent Allergy

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The 85th Nestle Nutrition Workshop was based on well-established and documented evidence that early-life events, including nutrition, play a powerful role in programming a person’s development, metabolism and health for the future.The implications of early nutrition programming are significant – particularly when it comes to the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and obesity, as well as effects on immune function, allergy risk, and cognitive and behavioral outcomes later in life. It was concluded that by ensuring appropriate nutrition early in life, we have enormous potential to improve the health of future generations.Download the brochure here

The Future of Infant and Young Children’s Food: Food Supply, Manufacturing and Human Health Challenges in the 21st Century

Author(s): C. Venter, K. Maslin

The 85th Nestle Nutrition Workshop was based on well-established and documented evidence that early-life events, including nutrition, play a powerful role in programming a person’s development, metabolism and health for the future.The implications of early nutrition programming are significant – particularly when it comes to the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and obesity, as well as effects on immune function, allergy risk, and cognitive and behavioral outcomes later in life. It was concluded that by ensuring appropriate nutrition early in life, we have enormous potential to improve the health of future generations.Download the brochure here

Early Nutrition as a Major Determinant of ‘Immune Health’: Implications for Allergy, Obesity and Other Noncommunicable Diseases

Author(s): S. Prescott

The 85th Nestle Nutrition Workshop was based on well-established and documented evidence that early-life events, including nutrition, play a powerful role in programming a person’s development, metabolism and health for the future.The implications of early nutrition programming are significant – particularly when it comes to the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and obesity, as well as effects on immune function, allergy risk, and cognitive and behavioral outcomes later in life. It was concluded that by ensuring appropriate nutrition early in life, we have enormous potential to improve the health of future generations.Download the brochure here