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Growth & Tolerance

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Kabrita supports a healthy growth and is well-tolerated in Brazilian infants.

Growth trajectories in Brazilian infants receiving goat milk-based formula: A double-blind randomized controlled trial

56 Brazilian infants participated in this double-blind randomized controlled trial. This study compared the nutritional status as well as gastrointestinal well-being and growth in Brazilian infants fed Kabrita or a cow milkbased infant formula for 24 weeks. The results showed that Kabrita supports a healthy growth according to the WHO standards and is well-tolerated in …

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ESPGHAN poster: Large double-blind randomized controlled trial demonstrates that Kabrita provides healthy growth, has a good tolerability, and is safe to use in infants from birth onwards.

Growth and suitability of a goat milk-based infant formula in newborns: A double-blind randomized controlled trial

We aimed to determine the growth and safety parameters in newborns fed a goat milk based infant formula (GMF, Kabrita) using a randomized double-blind trial, in which a cow milk formula (CMF) served as a control and a breast fed (BF) group as a reference. Healthy term infants (n=304) aged up to 14 days old …

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Systematic review and meta-analysis, focussing on the effect of goat milk-based infant formula

The effect of goat milk-based infant formula on growth and safety in infants: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Our R&D department conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis, focussing on the effect of goat milk-based formula (GMF) on infants’ growth, safety and tolerance. This meta-analysis showed that GMF support healthy growth and a good safety profile for infants. To conclude, GMF is safe and suitable from birth onwards. More details about this study can …

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Online expert meeting – Nutritional Interventions For Allergy Prevention: What is the Status in 2021?

The Ausnutria Nutrition Institute organised it’s next online expert meeting entitled “Allergy prevention in infancy” with:   Prof. Dr. Hania Szajewska, Professor and Chair of the Department of Paediatrics, Medical University of Warsaw Online expert meeting – Allergy prevention in infancy, subtitled in Spanish and Portuguese Online expert meeting – Allergy prevention in infancy, subtitled …

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Growth comparison of infants fed with breast milk, goat or cow milk infant formula

During the 6th World Congress of the PGHAN our R&D department presented a new study focussing on the growth comparison of infants fed breast milk, goat milk formula, cow milk formula or a mixture of both cow- and goat milk formula. In line with previous findings, this study shows that the growth of infants fed …

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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 …

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Growth of infants fed goat milk infant formula is not different to infants fed cow milk formula

Article by: C Grant 1, B Rotherham, S Sharpe, R Scragg, J Thompson, J Andrews, C Wall, J Murphy, D Lowry A double-blinded randomized controlled trial performed by Grant et al. to investigate the growth of infants fed goat milk infant formula. They concluded: “Growth of infants fed goat milk formula is not different to that of infants fed cow milk formula.” Reading time …

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