Understanding breast milk composition: The best immune programmer

Understanding breast milk composition: The best immune programmer

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Key takeaways

In this podcast you will learn about:

  • Why the composition of human breast milk is always seen as the optimal source of nutrition
  • The standard criteria a clinician should use to ensure infant formulas are safe and as close to breast milk as possible
  • The main differences between human breast milk and infant formula today and what developmental opportunities may exist for infant formula in the future
Speaker: Hania Szajewska

Currently a Full Professor and Chair of the Department of Paediatrics at the Medical University of Warsaw, Poland.

Prof Hania has Leading roles in many scientific organizations, she was General Secretary at the Council of ESPGHAN, (2011-2014), then the Co-chairperson of the ESPGHAN Working Group on Probiotics and Prebiotics (2014-present); chairperson on the ESPGHAN Working Group on Outcome in Nutrition Trials

She has 279 published articles in addition to 25 book chapters on topics such as Effects of early dietary interventions on later outcomes: the gut microbiota modifications such as with probiotics and/or prebiotics.

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