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Bottlefeeding

Some mums choose not to or can not breastfeed. In this instance, infant formula milks provide the only alternative to breastmilk. Here, you will find all of our articles relating to the topic of bottlefeeding.
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Breastfeeding

Human milk provides a baby with perfectly balanced nutrition, which is why both the Department of Health (DoH) and the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommend exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of a baby's life and continued breastfeeding alongside the introduction of appropriate solid foods beyond six months1,2. Here, you will find all of our articles relating to the topic of breastfeeding.
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Colic

Colic can be the source of distress for infants and anxiety among parents. We provide the latest research and guidance to inform treatment strategies.
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Constipation

Functional constipation is a common problem in childhood affecting up to 15% of infants under the age of one. We provide information to support healthcare professionals in the diagnosis and management of this condition.
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Cows' milk allergy

The prevalence of this allergy is increasing, as is understanding about its impact on long term health. Nutricia Early Life Nutrition continue to pioneer solutions for the dietary management of cows' milks allergy in infants and young children.
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Lactose intolerance

Lactose intolerance (LI) symptoms may be similar to delayed cows' milk allergy (CMA) in some infants. To assist healthcare professionals in differentiating between the two, we have developed materials based on our knowledge and expertise in this area.
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Malabsorption

Malabsorption is a broad term covering a wide range of conditions that cause impaired digestion and absorption of nutrients. Here, you will find all of our articles relating to the topic of malabsorption.
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Maternal nutrition

Getting the right nutrition is essential during pregnancy as it can influence lifelong health of the developing baby. Several key nutrients are either required in higher amounts during pregnancy or are often low in the diets of young women. Here, you will find all of our articles relating to the topic of maternal nutrition.
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Preterm

Around 8% of babies are born prematurely in the UK1. Premature babies have very different nutritional requirements to full term infants as they need to attain the growth that would have occurred in utero, as well as achieve functional development2. Inspired by breastmilk, we are committed to delivering products and services to help preterm babies thrive through appropriate nutritional support. Here, you will find all of our articles relating to the topic of preterm nutrition.
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Reflux and regurgitation

Managing the symptoms of reflux and regurgitation can be challenging. We've gathered the latest guidelines and expert opinion to support healthcare professionals to make the correct diagnosis and help them reduce concern in parents.
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Weaning and toddlers

Here, you will find all of our articles relating to the topic of weaning.
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