86th Nestlé Nutrition Institute Workshop

Beijing, China 24 May 2015 - 27 May 2015

Summary

The quality and quantity of proteins introduced to infants can have a major impact on long-term health. The 86th Nestlé Nutrition Institute Workshop was held in Beijing, china between 24 and 27 May 2015.


The workshop gathered key stakeholders from across the globe to discuss and evaluate current evidence and emerging data on protein in neonatal and infant nutrition. 

Symposium Presentations
  • Protein, Peptides and Amino acids: Role in Infant Feeding

    Speaker: S. Nutten
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  • Metabolic Programming: Effects of Early Nutrition on Growth, Metabolism and Body Composition

    Speaker: F. Haschke
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  • The Benefits of Breastfeeding

    Speaker: R. Shamir
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  • Protein Needs: Why Are They so Difficult to Meet?

    Speaker: E. E. Ziegler
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  • Human Milk for Preterm and Fortification

    Speaker: J. Bhatia
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  • The Pediatric Situation and Development in China

    Speaker: K. Shen
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  • Protein Evolution of Breast Milk

    Speaker: L. Y. Lee and S. Thakkar
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  • Human Milk: Bioactive Proteins/Peptides and Immunological Properties

    Speaker: B. Lonnerdal
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  • Protein and Amino Acid Metabolism in Fetuses and Preterm Infants

    Speaker: C. van den Akker
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  • Nutrition Intervention in Wound Management: The Neglected Piece of the 3-Legged Stool

    Speaker: Evelyn Phillips, MS, RD, LDN, CDE
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  • Protein and Amino Acid Metabolism in Fetuses and Preterm Infants

    Speaker: Chris van den Akker
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  • Metabolic Programming: Effects of Early Nutrition on Growth, Metabolism and Body Composition

    Speaker: Ferdinand Haschke
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  • Hydrolyzed Protein in Allergy

    Speaker: S. Salvatore
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  • Proteins in Functional GI Disorders

    Speaker: Y. Vandenplas
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