NOT ALL EXTENSIVELY HYDROLYZED OR AMINO ACID-BASED FORMULAS ARE THE SAME

Publish Date: 28 November 2018
Author(s): The ANHI Team

Abstract:

This infographic for healthcare professionals offers an overview of “Comparison of Growth of Healthy Term Infants Fed Extensively Hydrolyzed Protein- and Amino Acid-Based Infant Formulas,” an article published in Nutrients, 2018, by MW Borschel.


You’ll learn:
  • The reasons behind the study
  • A narrative review of the study’s findings
  • What the study concluded
  • How to apply the study’s findings to your daily practice
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