Nutrition Publications

Here you will find freely downloadable publications on the latest nutrition topics, such as early infant nutrition, nutritional avenues to allergies, sports nutrition, and nutrition in disease states such as dysphagia or critical illness. All 3000 papers are organized across categories to make it easier for you to find specific information. If you are missing a reference you can also use our search function.

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Clinical Nutrition Highlights  (publication series)
Clinical Nutrition

A concise review journal with the latest practical advice on patient care in clinical nutrition.

Conference Proceedings (publication series)
Conference Proceedings

Proceedings of international conferences covering hot topics in nutrition and special scientific highlights.

Articles and Books (publication series)
Articles and Books

A collection of journal articles from leading nutrition publications available free of charge to NNI member.

The Nest (publication series)
The Nest

Concise, science-based up-to-date practical information for health professionals in key areas of pediatric health and…

Annales Nestlé (publication series)
Annales Nestlé

A series of pediatric health and nutrition journals comprising up-to-date reviews on hot topics. The Annales are…

NNI Workshop Series (publication series)
NNI Workshop Series

This Medline/PubMed indexed series contains the full proceedings of the Nestlé Nutrition Institute Workshop series in…

Latest Publications

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Weight Management, Micronutrients, and Supplements in Diabetes

At this year’s 39th International Symposium on Diabetes and Nutrition, held in Anavyssos, Greece, Nestlé Health Science…

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Annales 75.3 - Meeting the Iron Needs of Young Children (publications)
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Annales 79.2 - Children‘s Diets in a Changing World

The world has gone through immense and rapid changes, and this has affected how we nourish and care for our children…

160 min read Dr. Andrew Prentice, Banjul/London
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The Cow's Milk-Related Symptom Score (CoMiSSTM) to Facilitate the Awareness of Cow's Milk Allergy

CoMiSSTM is a clinical tool developed to increase awareness among healthcare professionals (HCP) of possible symptoms of…

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Host–microbial co-metabolites modulated by human milk oligosaccharides relate to reduced risk of respiratory tract infections

Human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) are structurally diverse oligosaccharides present in breast milk, supporting the…

12 min read Francois-Pierre Martin, Hanne L. P. Tytgat
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In focus: peanut allergy

New allergy triggers, such as peanuts are becoming relevant. Recent research confirms that early tolerance formation can…

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Clinical Experience of Enteral Nutrition with Real Food in Children
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Dietary Management of Pediatric Crohn’s Disease in Clinical Practice
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Protein-Malnutrition, Sarcopenia, and Dysphagia. How are they associated?
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Annales Nestlé Article: Breastfeeding during a Pandemic

The current pandemic and the concerns of vertical transmission of SARS-CoV-2 have contributed to increasing the rate of…

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Breastfeeding Potentially Lowers Maternal Risk of Cardiovascular Events

Studies have shown that aside from its health effects on babies, breastfeeding also positively impacts maternal health…

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Infant Formula With a Specific Blend of Five Human Milk Oligosaccharides Drives the Gut Microbiota Development and Improves Gut Maturation Markers: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) have important biological functions for a healthy development in early life. This…

51 min read Miroslava Bosheva et al.
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Can the Child’s Diet in the Early Years Shape the Microbiome and Metabolic Health? New Research and Directions
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Nutrition and Metabolism in School-Age Children

Thise Editorial highlights middle childhood and adolescence, between 5 and 19 years of age, as a transformative period…

2 min read Martin FP, Pinkney J, Jose M. Saavedra (USA)
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Bone Health in School-Age Children: Effects of Nutritional Intake on Outcomes

The maximum rate of bone mass accumulation occurs during the school-age years and plateaus in late adolescence, after…

30 min read Professor Steven Abrams
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Food-Approach Eating Behaviors and Brain Morphology: The Generation R Study

School age is also a critical period of brain growth and development. By 12 years of age, brain and grey matter growth…

19 min read Dmitrichenko O, Mou Y, Voortman T,
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Misreporting of Energy Intake From Food Records Completed by Adolescents: Associations With Sex, Body Image, Nutrient, and Food Group Intake

While a significant number of reports document poor diets in significant segments of young children and adults, such…

13 min read Jones L, Ness A, Emmett P
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Use of Tri-Ponderal Mass Index in Predicting Late Adolescent Overweight and Obesity in Children Aged 7–18

Standardized methodological approaches have greatly focused on infants and adults, and only recently have they been…

4 min read Wang X, Ma J, Huang S,
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Nutritional Status and Dietary Intake of School-Age Children and Early Adolescents: Systematic Review in a Developing Country and Lessons for the Global Perspective

The persistence of undernutrition and the explosion of overnutrition and its consequences in later life have led to a…

32 min read Khan DSA, Das JK, Zareen S,
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Annales 79.1 - Pediatric issues in time of pandemia: From infection to nutritional strategies

The pandemic has made good nutrition more important, and also harder to achieve. Breastfeeding supports the infant…

91 min read Raanan Shamir, Petach Tikva
Breastfeeding & Cow Milk Protein Allergy
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Breastfeeding & Cow Milk Protein Allergy: What You Need to Know

Cow milk protein allergy (CMPA) is the most common cause of food allergies in infants and young children less than 3…

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Probiotics in Allergic Disease: Are We There Yet?

Atopic dermatitis is a chronic, relapsing, inflammatory skin condition commonly seen in infants & children…

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