Phospholipids in Human Milk and Infant Formulas: Benefits and Needs for Correct Infant Nutrition

Volume: 56, Issue: 11, Pages: 1880 - 1892
Published: Jun 15, 2015
Abstract
The composition of human milk has served as a basis for the development of infant formulas, which are used when breastfeeding is not possible. Among the human milk nutrients, 50% of the total energetic value corresponds to fat, with a high level of fatty acids and 0.2–2.0% present in the form of phospholipids (PLs). The PL contents and fatty acid distribution in PL species have been investigated as bioactive elements for the production of infant...
Paper Details
Title
Phospholipids in Human Milk and Infant Formulas: Benefits and Needs for Correct Infant Nutrition
Published Date
Jun 15, 2015
Volume
56
Issue
11
Pages
1880 - 1892
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