Human milk naturally fulfils the specific needs for healthy growth and development of infants. When an infant is breastfed, the digestive and immune system as well as the gut microbiota can mature in the most natural way1. The major components of human milk are carbohydrates, followed by lipids and proteins. The carbohydrates in human milk …read more
At Ausnutria we are committed and driven to keep developing ourselves and our products by further exploring the field of infant and dairy nutrition research. We bring the knowledge and the latest scientific insights we gain together within Ausnutria Nutrition Institute.
Goats were the first animals to be domesticated. Through the centuries the benefits of goat milk did not remain unnoticed. As scientific methodologies became more established research into the field confirmed many of the well believed benefits. Even back then, people knew that breastfeeding was the best source of nutrition for infants; however, when breastfeeding …read more
Online expert meeting – Nutrition in Early Life: Implications and Management of Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders
The Ausnutria Nutrition Institute organised it’s second online expert meeting entitled “Nutrition in Early Life: Implications and Management of Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders” with: – Prof. Dr. Yvan Vandenplas, Professor of pediatrics and the head of the pediatric hospital “Kidz Health Castle” at the University Hospital in Brussels, Belgium, on “The development of infant digestive system and it’s …read more
Prof. Dr. Lafeber, Emeritus Professor of Neonatology Department of Pediatrics, Amsterdam UMC (VUMC), presented the latest insights on human milk as a source for nutrition for preterm infants during our Nutrition Expert Academy last November.read more
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