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Timing of complementary food introduction – consequences on infants’ and childrens’ health

The introduction of complementary foods during infancy is important, as milk feeding (breast milk or infant formula) alone is no longer sufficient for both developmental and nutritional reasons, with increasing age of the infant.

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Effects of colostrum supplementation on humans

Introduction: Colostrum is the milk produced the first 24–72 hours after birth. It is secreted by the mammary glands of mammals and contains antibodies that protect newborns from a variety of viral or infections by bacteria.

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The effect of microenvironment on energy intake and behaviors associated with it: Review

One way of describing ambience is that it consists of “parts of the environment that are difficult to localize and that surround the organism integrally such as temperature, odor, color, lighting and sound”

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