Nutrition & Disease Management

This section brings you information on nutritional care and disease with focus on enteral and parenteral nutrition, and nutrition support for a wide range of conditions such as infectious disease, cardiovascular disease, gastrointestinal diseases, metabolic syndrome and diabetes. It also includes the impact of nutrition on aging and frailty, critical care support post-surgery and oncology care.

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World Microbiome Day - The Microbiome and Health Risks in the Changing Times

The gut microbiome plays a very important role in many aspects of health including immunity, metabolic and…

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Targeting the gut microbiota to reduce the risk of disease. Where are we now?

A large number of studies indicated that alteration in gut microbiota composition and function, particularly in the…

Professor Hania Szajewska
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Nutritional Management of Children with Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy (CP) is among the most common neurological impairment. It is caused by nonprogressive damage or…

Frederic Gottrand
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Commentary: Role of HMOs in Infant Nutrition

HMOs are complex carbohydrates found in breast milk1 which are utilized by certain strains of bacteria such as…

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Human milk oligosaccharides: Innate defenders of infant gut health and immunity

Human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) are the third most abundant solid component of human milk after lactose and lipids…

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Probiotics in infant nutrition – Focus on B lactis

The gut microbiota plays an important role in immune development during infancy. In cases where breastfeeding is not…

Dr Sanjeev Ganguly
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What’s the latest in milk oligosaccharides?

HMOs are the third most abundant component of human milk. They remain undigested by the host and reach distal parts of…

Professor Lars Bode
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Small steps, big impact: The role of gut microbiota in health and disease

The gut microbiome is important in shaping and regulating human immunity. An efficient and well-tolerant immunity is…

Dr. Adli bin Ali
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What’s the latest in milk oligosaccharides?

The first year of life is a key phase in the development of the microbiome, with breastfeeding having the biggest…

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