A cross-sectional analysis of 184 countries revealed that deficiency of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (e.g. EPA, DHA) may be a contributing factor in preterm birth. Rate of preterm birth declined linearly with increasing omega-3 intake, up to ~600 mg daily.
Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) is a new diagnosis which has been differentiated from the classical eating disorders in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders fifth edition (DSM-5).
The scientific sessions of the Post Graduate Program in Paediatric Nutrition (PGPN) provided a platform for a discussion of recent developments and pragmatic scientific insights on paediatric nutrition.
Milk coagulation can be activated via different biochemical and physical mechanisms, including the rennet. When compared to cow milk, sheep and goat milk both have shorter coagulation times and very limited non-coagulation samples.
Diet quality has been associated with cognition and academic achievement of pediatric populations, where dietary patterns with a low consumption of fish, fruits, and vegetables, and high in fast food, sausages, and soft drinks have been linked to poorer outcomes.
Over the course of six years, this study followed a total of 3,230 adults with type 2 diabetes at baseline to observe the effects of three different diet interventions (Mediterranean diet + extra-virgin olive oil, Mediterranean diet + mixed nuts, and low-fat diet as control) on the use of glucose