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The information on this website is intended to give health care professionals a better understanding of infant nutrition. The information on this website is not a medical advice.

Ausnutria acknowledges that breastfeeding is the best way to feed infants aged 0-6 months and supports prolonging breastfeeding to 24 months (two years old).

Growth & Tolerance

Growth & Tolerance resources

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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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