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14th Continued Nutrition Education Symposium 2019 4-5 Sept 2019 @ the Sanlam Auditorium, University of Pretoria
Preterm infants have distinct physiological characteristics compared to full-term infants
Breastfed babies have higher frequency of defecation and softer stools than bottle-fed babies
Breast milk is a dynamic solution which changes to match the evolving nutritional needs of developing babies. Lower protein intake in infancy may decrease the risk of being overweight or obese later in life.
Obesity is a growing concern worldwide. For the first time in modern history, the current generation is expected to have a shorter life expectancy than their parents, simply because of obesity and the associated increased risk of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Here you can access a wide range of content dealing with obesity management, metabolic syndrome, childhood obesity and more.
In this section you will find extensive research on the therapeutic role of diet, including resources for dietary guidelines and nutrition screening& assessment. We also cover requirements and recommendations for food safety, healthy eating, nutrients and hydration.
Childhood obesity rates have tripled over the past 30 years, with about one inthree American children currently overweight or obese, according to
Tuesday 23rd October 2012, Munyoyo Commonwealth Resort, Kampala: NestléNutrition Institute Africa (NNIA) hosted a scientific conference for some
Professor Simon ATEGBOThe beneficial role of probiotics has been suspected for centuries. Inrelation to children, this includes the studies by Tissier