Recent Developments in Infant Nutrition: Scheveningen, 29 November - 2 December 1995 by J.G. BindelsRecent Developments in Infant Nutrition: Scheveningen, 29 November - 2 December 1995 by J.G. Bindels

Recent Developments in Infant Nutrition: Scheveningen, 29 November - 2 December 1995

byJ.G. BindelsEditorA. Goedhart, H.K.A. Visser

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After 17 years, the Nutricia Symposium retumed to its horne grounds in The of the 10th Nutricia Netherlands, where the first five Symposia were held. The objective Symposium was to bring together a limited number of opinion leaders and key researchers in selected topics of infant nutrition to discuss the current state of the art based on original contributions and reviews. The discussion sessions after the papers were taped and edited and may give additional information and views. As a result of time constraints, the discussions on a few papers had to be cut short, or, unfortunately, could not take place at all. Nevertheless, we strongly recommend reading the discussion sections, such as the panel discussion on the requirements for LCPUFA for term and/or preterm infants. During the preparation of the Symposium the sad news that Professor J . H. P. Jonxis died prompted the organisers to dedicate one special lecture to the memory of the principal organiser of the first four Nutricia Symposia. This lecture entitled "What determines the production and composition ofbreast milk?" was given by Dr. Kathleen Moti!. Acknowledgement should be made to the co-organizers and co-chairmen Professor Sir David HuH, Professor Pieter Sauer and Dr. Terence Stephenson for their contri­ bution. Finally, without mentioning names, the editors wish to thank a number of persons within the Nutricia organization without whom the Symposium and its Pro­ ceedings would not have been possible.
Title:Recent Developments in Infant Nutrition: Scheveningen, 29 November - 2 December 1995Format:PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.01 inPublished:September 20, 2011Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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Preface. Session 1: Maternal Nutrition and its Effects on the Fetus and Newborn. 1. Fetal Undernutrition and Disease in Adult Disease; D.J.P. Barker. 2. Nutrition of Pregnant Mothers in Developing Countries; S.D. Poppitt. 3. What Determines the Production and Composition of Breast Milk? K.J. Motil. 4. Essential Fatty Acids, Pregnancy and Pregnancy Outcome; G. Hornstra, et al. 5. Experimental Approaches to Improve Intrauterine Growth Retardation; F.C. Battaglia. Session 2: Infant Nutrition and Body Composition. 6. Body Composition in the First Year of Life; N.C. de Bruin, et al. 7. Bone Mineralization During the First Year of Life; J. Rigo, et al. 8. Nutrition and Linear Growth in Childhood; J. Karlberg, K. Albertsson- Wikland. 9. Infant Feeding and Body Composition in Later Life; D.S. Lewis. Session 3: Long-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (LCPUFA) in Infant Nutrition. 10. Effects of n-3 Fatty Acid Deficiency in Non- Human Primates; S. Reisbick, et al. 11. Essential Fatty Acid Metabolism in Neonates; V.P. Carnielli, P.J.J. Sauer. 12. LCPUFA Requirements for Preterm Infants: Neurophysiological Studies; R. Uauy, et al. 13. Defining the LCPUFA Requirement of Term Infants; M. Makrides, R.A. Gibson. 14. LCPUFA Status and Developmental Quotient in Term Infants Fed Different Dietary Sources of Lipids in the First Months of Life; C. Agostoni, et al. 15. LCPUFA and Functional Development of Preterm and Term Infants; S. Carlson. 16. Do LCPUFA Influence Infant Cognitive Behaviour? J.S. Forsyth, P. Willatts. 17. Supply and Metabolism of LCPUFA in Term Infants; B. Loletzko, et al. Session 4: Selected Nutrients in Infancy: Essentiality and Deficiency. 18. Is Dietary Cholesterol Beneficial to the Infant?; D.L. Hachey, et al. 19. Nutrient Deficiency in the Breast-Fed Infant; B. Wharton. 20. Iron Deficiency in Infants: Three Topics of Current Interest; P.R. Dallman. 21. What are the Essential Amino Acids for the Preterm and Term Infant? P.B. Pencharz, et al. Session 5: Nutrition and the Integrity of the Gut System. 22. Microbial Colonization of the Intestine of the Newborn; S. Hudault. 23. Metabolism and Nutrition of the Gastrointestinal Tract; M. Elia. 24. Development of the Mucosal Immune System in Humans; P. Brandtzaeg. 25. The Role of Lactoferrin in the Gastrointestinal Tract; O.M. Conneely, et al. Index.