“HMO - Unique Composition and Metabolism”

by Clemens Kunz
Human milk oligosaccharides (HMO) are remarkably unique components in breast milk that acts as primers for the immune system. Clinical studies backed by basic research position HMO as multifunctional components that shape the establishing gut microbiota and may contribute to immune development.
On Wednesday 27 May 2020 @ 9:00 & Thursday 28 May 2020 @ 16:00, join Clemens Kunz, for a presentation on Unique Composition and Metabolism.


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“Today’s dietary patterns of infants and toddlers: What needs to change?”

by Prof. Johanna Dwyer
Eating patterns of 6 – 24 month olds in the USA, Mexico and China fall short compared to recommendations. Changes in feeding patterns needed include more dietary diversity, more vegetables and fruits, and much less sweet foods and beverages.

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“HMO biology – recent developments”

by Dr Norbert Sprenger
The early-life gut microbiome establishes and matures sequentially during infancy and early childhood. The most important determinants for the microbiota development are the initial seeding at birth, mode of delivery, anti-biotic use and nutrition.
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