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NNIW33 - Protein and Energy Requirements in Infancy and Childhood

Editor(s): J. Rigo, E. Ziegler. vol. 58

The topic ‘Protein and Energy Requirements in Infancy and Childhood’ was chosen for the 58th Nestlé Nutrition Pediatric Workshop, which took place in November 2005 in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam. In 1993 the 33rd Nestlé Nutrition Workshop on ‘Protein Metabolism during Infancy’, chaired by Prof. Niels Räihä, was held in South Africa. In this workshop, Prof. Räihä introduced a new concept in terms of protein requirements, proposing a reduction in the protein level of infant formulas in order to come closer to that of human milk.

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Subject Index

Author(s): J. Rigo, E. Ziegler

The topic ‘Protein and Energy Requirements in Infancy and Childhood’ was chosen for the 58th Nestlé Nutrition Pediatric Workshop, which took place in November 2005 in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam. In 1993 the 33rd Nestlé Nutrition Workshop on ‘Protein Metabolism during Infancy’, chaired by Prof. Niels Räihä, was held in South Africa. In this workshop, Prof. Räihä introduced a new concept in terms of protein requirements, proposing a reduction in the protein level of infant formulas in order to come closer to that of human milk.

Concluding Remarks

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The topic ‘Protein and Energy Requirements in Infancy and Childhood’ was chosen for the 58th Nestlé Nutrition Pediatric Workshop, which took place in November 2005 in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam. In 1993 the 33rd Nestlé Nutrition Workshop on ‘Protein Metabolism during Infancy’, chaired by Prof. Niels Räihä, was held in South Africa. In this workshop, Prof. Räihä introduced a new concept in terms of protein requirements, proposing a reduction in the protein level of infant formulas in order to come closer to that of human milk.

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The topic ‘Protein and Energy Requirements in Infancy and Childhood’ was chosen for the 58th Nestlé Nutrition Pediatric Workshop, which took place in November 2005 in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam. In 1993 the 33rd Nestlé Nutrition Workshop on ‘Protein Metabolism during Infancy’, chaired by Prof. Niels Räihä, was held in South Africa. In this workshop, Prof. Räihä introduced a new concept in terms of protein requirements, proposing a reduction in the protein level of infant formulas in order to come closer to that of human milk.

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Recent Issues in Energy-Protein Malnutrition in Children

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The topic ‘Protein and Energy Requirements in Infancy and Childhood’ was chosen for the 58th Nestlé Nutrition Pediatric Workshop, which took place in November 2005 in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam. In 1993 the 33rd Nestlé Nutrition Workshop on ‘Protein Metabolism during Infancy’, chaired by Prof. Niels Räihä, was held in South Africa. In this workshop, Prof. Räihä introduced a new concept in terms of protein requirements, proposing a reduction in the protein level of infant formulas in order to come closer to that of human milk.

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The topic ‘Protein and Energy Requirements in Infancy and Childhood’ was chosen for the 58th Nestlé Nutrition Pediatric Workshop, which took place in November 2005 in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam. In 1993 the 33rd Nestlé Nutrition Workshop on ‘Protein Metabolism during Infancy’, chaired by Prof. Niels Räihä, was held in South Africa. In this workshop, Prof. Räihä introduced a new concept in terms of protein requirements, proposing a reduction in the protein level of infant formulas in order to come closer to that of human milk.

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The topic ‘Protein and Energy Requirements in Infancy and Childhood’ was chosen for the 58th Nestlé Nutrition Pediatric Workshop, which took place in November 2005 in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam. In 1993 the 33rd Nestlé Nutrition Workshop on ‘Protein Metabolism during Infancy’, chaired by Prof. Niels Räihä, was held in South Africa. In this workshop, Prof. Räihä introduced a new concept in terms of protein requirements, proposing a reduction in the protein level of infant formulas in order to come closer to that of human milk.

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Growth of Breast-Fed and Formula-Fed Infants

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The topic ‘Protein and Energy Requirements in Infancy and Childhood’ was chosen for the 58th Nestlé Nutrition Pediatric Workshop, which took place in November 2005 in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam. In 1993 the 33rd Nestlé Nutrition Workshop on ‘Protein Metabolism during Infancy’, chaired by Prof. Niels Räihä, was held in South Africa. In this workshop, Prof. Räihä introduced a new concept in terms of protein requirements, proposing a reduction in the protein level of infant formulas in order to come closer to that of human milk.

Protein Requirements of Infants and Children

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Foreword

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