Infant feeding and later health: Exploring mechanisms to improve preventive approaches

Growth & Development
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The “First 1000 Days of Life” refers to a crucial period, comprising pregnancy and the first two postnatal years, which may have a lasting impact in terms of programming effects for later health. These are closely related to the environment on the child, including nutrition.

In this lecture by Prof. Berthold Koletzko, learn more about the trans-disciplinary collaboration of clinicians that links clinical characterization with biomarkers, to be able to make connections with occurrences in the human body for programming in relation to diet, activity, environment, and genetic predisposition.

Berthold Koletzko (Germany)

Berthold Koletzko

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