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Maternal Nutritional Physiological Phenomena
Infant Nutritional Physiological Phenomena
A narrative review of the associations between six bioactive components in breast milk and infant adiposity.
High-Fructose Corn-Syrup-Sweetened Beverage Intake Increases 5-Hour Breast Milk Fructose Concentrations in Lactating Women.
Higher Maternal Diet Quality during Pregnancy and Lactation Is Associated with Lower Infant Weight-For-Length, Body Fat Percent, and Fat Mass in Early Postnatal Life.
Quality of growth in exclusively breast-fed infants in the first six months of life: an Italian study.
Longitudinal body composition data in exclusively breast-fed infants: a multicenter study.
Associations between human milk oligosaccharides and infant body composition in the first 6 mo of life.
Associations of breastfeeding or formula feeding with infant anthropometry and body composition at 6 months.
Relationship of insulin, glucose, leptin, IL-6 and TNF-a in human breast milk with infant growth and body composition.
Carbohydrate composition in breast milk and its effect on infant health.
Human Milk Exosomal MicroRNA: Associations with Maternal Overweight/Obesity and Infant Body Composition at 1 Month of Life.