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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Latest Publications

Articles and Books

Allergies, obesity and healthy nutrition remain essential topics of everyday paediatric practice. And it is precisely in these areas that the recent research has yielded significant new findings. The key points to be mentioned in this publication are cow‘s milk allergy and FPIES, protein reduction in infant formula, human milk oligosaccharides as well as malnutrition. One focus is on the first months of life. It is well known that nutrition in the first 1,000 days, but also during childhood and adolescence, has long-term consequences for a healthy outcome in later life.

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Functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) such as regurgitation, colic and functional constipation are very common during infancy. FGIDs are a frequent reason for pediatric consultations, with an estimation of 20-30% consultations during the first months of life being related to FGID.

Conference Proceedings

Human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) are a group of complex carbohydrates that are highly abundant in human milk and contribute to shaping the infant’s gut microbiome and immune system for immediate and long-term health benefits. HMOs are the 3rd largest solid component of human milk and over 200 HMOs have been identified so far. 2’FL and LNnT are among the most studied HMOs with clinical evidence to support immunity and the developing microbiome, but latest research on additional HMOs show promise in expanded benefits on gut, immune, brain and bone health.

Articles and Books

According to a literature review published by Badriul Hegar from the University of Indonesia, Indonesia, Yvan Vandenplas from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, and their colleagues from various other institutes, the human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs), 2’fucosyllactose (2’FL) and lacto-N-neotetraose (LNnT) play an important role in infant nutrition.