NNI South Asia Workshop Proceedings
This series contains the full proceedings of the regional Nestlé Nutrition Institute Workshop events in pediatrics, maternal, clinical and adult nutrition.
Complementary feeding practices could potentially influence later health outcomes by programming effects, but also by lasting effects on food preferences, appetite, and eating behaviour.
The first 1,000 days of life, the time period from conception until 2 years of age, is the time in which the infant is the most vulnerable and which lays the foundation for the infant’s future health.
Early-life nutrition is arguably the most critical determinant of future health. It provides the energy and critical building blocks for all development, determines our future tastes and eating behaviors, and supplies the crucial substrate for the establishment of a healthy microbiome, now recognized as one of the most important determinants of immune and metabolic health.
Infantile colic (IC) is defined as repeated episodes of excessive and inconsolable crying in an infant that otherwise appears to be healthy and
Nutrients contribute to brain development not only during the antenatal period but also during early postnatal life.
Nutrition plays a key role in shaping the future health of an individual especially during the initial days of life.
In this fast-paced world, it is difficult to keep up with the latest aspects emerging in nutritional science.
The Nestlé Nutrition Institute is extremely delighted to bring to you the workshop proceedings on “Maternal Nutrition.”