Micronutrient interventions: breast milk composition and volume
A cross-track session with Track 1, this session will review current knowledge on micronutrients and breastmilk.
Overview of the impact of interventions in pregnancy and/or during lactation on breast milk micronutrients. Followed by a 10 minutes moderated Q&A Lindsay H. Allen, PhD – USDA ARS Western Human Nutrition Research Center
Impact of supplementation before conception or during pregnancy on micronutrients in breast milk Nancy F. Krebs, MD, MS – University of Colorado School of Medicine
Human milk micronutrient content and estimated micronutrient intakes of 3 month old infants in rural Bangladesh. Kerry J. Schulze, PhD, MS – Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Center for Human Nutrition
Development and evaluation of a reduced protocol for the deuterium oxide dose-to-mother technique to assess human milk intake Lisa Houghton, PhD – University of Otago, New Zealand
Q&A: Micronutrient interventions: breast milk composition and volume Christine McGrath, PhD – University of Washington