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14th Continued Nutrition Education Symposium 2019 4-5 Sept 2019 @ the Sanlam Auditorium, University of Pretoria
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.
Optimal timing and content of complementary feeding (CF) will support the development of healthy dietary patterns in infants, with subsequent beneficial effects on health outcomes in later life.