New infographic. How can preterm infants benefit from human milk oligosaccharides?
Up to 50% of preterm babies suffer from feeding intolerance which in turn is associated with suboptimal nutrient intake and decreased growth rate, amongst other consequences.
Packaging serves to protect the product inside from spoilage and waste. When packaging is not disposed of properly, it ends up in nature and becomes a danger to fish and wildlife.
Gut microbiome has multiple important functions. Appropriate trajectory of gut microbiome is essential for many aspects life-long health.
In the womb, babies get all they need from their mother’s body. An inadequate maternal diet can consequently lead to many nutritional risks for maternal and child health.
The microbiota is a dynamic community that evolves through the lifetime of an individual, being influenced by multiple factors.
Early feeding with cow's milk protein hydrolysates may be one strategy to reduce the incidence of atopic dermatitis in children.
Vitamin D is an essential nutrient, supporting bone health and vital functions such as the immune system from conception through childhood and into adulthood. Few foods naturally contain vitamin D.. Individuals who do not have sufficient sun exposure, especially infants, require supplemental vitamin D from fortified foods or supplements.
Carbohydrates are formed of 1 or more monosaccharides. All sugars are classed as carbohydrates, but not all carbohydrates are sugars. Terminology of “free/added” sugars can vary from country to country.