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TitlePersonalized nutrition for the diverse needs of infants and children
Author editors, Dennis M. Bier, J. Bruce German, Bo Lonnerdal
Imprint Basel : Karger/Nestle Nutrition Institute, c2008
Edition 1st ed
Descript xx, 261 p. : ill. ; 24 cm


Developmental perspectives on individual variation: implications for understanding nutritional needs -- Factors influencing the establishment of the intestinal microbiota in infancy -- Genetically determined variation in polyunsaturated fatty acid metabolism may result in different dietary requirements -- Discussion on '(Molecular) imaging: developments enabling evidence-based medicine' -- Metabolic profiling -- Newborn screening of metabolic disorders: recent progress and future developments -- The phenotype of human obesity: the scope of the problem -- Intestinal immune health -- Gut decontamination with norfloxacin and ampicillin enhances insulin sensitivity in mice -- Individual epigenetic variation: when, why, and so what? -- Interaction of early infant feeding, heredity and other environmental factors as determinants in the development of allergy and sensitization -- Personalized care of pediatric cancer patients -- Personalizing nutrient intakes of formula-fed infants: breast milk as a model -- Human milk oligosaccharides: evolution, structures and bioselectivity as substrates for intestinal bacteria -- Opportunities for improving the health and nutrition of the human infant by probiotics -- Do we need personalized recommendations for infants at risk of developing disease? -- Concluding remarks -- Subject index

Child nutritional physiological phenomena -- genetics Infant nutritional physiological phenomena -- genetics Genetic variation -- physiology Nutritional requirements

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