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The microbiota:gut:brain axis is emerging as an exciting research area of increasing interest for those investigating the biologic and physiologic basis of brain development and behavior during early life. This topic is reviewed here.
The early environment has a long-lasting impact on the brain and behaviour.
- 608 April 2019
Professor Jose Saavedra, Nestlé Nutrition Institute
- 1625 March 2019
Discussed and addressed questions on supplementations of DHA and sn2 palmitic acid to infant formula.
- 2425 March 2019
Providing specific quantified health burden estimates of diverse infant feeding practices that can help inform related public health policy.
- 1825 March 2019
Important weaning practices and insights from dietary data to develop healthy eating habits early in life: case studies from FITS 2008 and Ming 2012.
- 14425 March 2019
Necrotising enterocolitis (NEC) is a devastating inflammatory condition of the gut that primarily affects preterm infants.
- 925 March 2019
The high sn2 palmitic acid has been shown to improve calcium absorption and other health outcomes when added to infant formula.
- 4125 March 2019
Early development and long-term function of the brain are critically dependent on adequate nutrient supply during pregnancy and early childhood.
- 6325 March 2019
Discussing the medical advances in Neonatology in respiratory and neurodevelopment, late preterm outcomes, and the role of nutrition.
- 3325 March 2019
The infant microbiota colonization process runs in parallel with immune system maturation, affecting intestinal physiology and regulation. Accumulating evidence suggests that microbial exposition begins before birth (in utero) and continues after birth.
- 11925 March 2019
Mechanisms that early nutrition impacts later health including metabolic programing, brain development, gut microbiota, and healthy eating habits.