The role of lipids in human milk and infant formulae

Thursday, Oct 04, 2018

Dietary lipids are the main source of energy in infants and consequently, the quality of dietary lipids has a significant on health outcomes. This review article explores the functions and roles of different fat families in relation to infant health.

Reference:

Mazzocchi A, et al. The role of lipids in human milk and infant formulae. Nutrients. 2018;10:567.
 

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