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The Learning Lead – Volume 3, Issue 1 2020 - Beneficial Effects of sn-2 Palmitate on Early Childhood Health

The Learning Lead – Volume 3, Issue 1 2020 - Beneficial Effects of sn-2 Palmitate on Early Childhood Health

Palmitic acid is a common saturated fatty acids found in breast milk, and an important energy source for a rapidly growing infant.

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