By Michael Colquhoun, Anthony Handley, T. R. Evans
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8 It is not known whether there will be benefits beyond infancy. Socio-economic and psychological confounding factors will make interpretation of brain function tests difficult. Some manufacturers now add DHA and AA to premium infant formulas. Oligosaccharides Lactose is not the only sugar in human milk. The concentration of oligosaccharides is higher than the protein! Over 100 of these oligosaccharides have been chemically defined—all made up of five monosaccharides: fucose, galactose, glucose, N-acetylglucosamine, and sialic acid (NANA) and ranging from three to ten residues in length.
Proc Nutrition Soc 2001; 60: 497-504. 23 5 Infant feeding Infant feeding is the dominant nutritional interest in less affluent countries and it gets much attention in Western countries because infants depend on others to feed them. For their first few months babies are fed only one food, so its composition is much more critical than the compositions of the many different foods in a mixed diet. Babies cannot eat ordinary adult food or say how they feel after the feed. Though there are still many questions, scientific knowledge is perhaps fuller about nutrition for this age of man than any other.
Relaxation and privacy are needed. 25 ABC of Nutrition • The baby should not be given other complementary milk or juice—only water if necessary. • The baby should feed from both breasts each time and start the feed with the breast used last. • Advice may be needed about sore nipples or breasts, oversupply, or undersupply. • In developed countries rates of breast feeding are lower in younger, less educated mothers in less skilled occupations, and in single mothers. Obstacles to initiation and continuation of breast feeding are listed in the box alongside.
ABC of Nutrition by Michael Colquhoun, Anthony Handley, T. R. Evans