123. Feeding and Seeding: Human Milk’s Composition Impact on the Infant Microbiome

FNCE Recorded Sessions from 2018

Two internationally renowned human milk researchers move beyond human milk's traditional nutrient composition and dive deep into milk's complex carbohydrates and microbiome and discuss how these components may be important for infant health and well being.

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Member Price
$32.00
Nonmember Price
$37.00

This product is free for those who attended FNCE® 2018.

Human milk can solely sustain an infant's life, but did you know there are more studies on coffee, wine and tomatoes than breast milk? Come hear from two internationally renowned human milk researchers who are trying to change just that. They move beyond human milk's traditional nutrient composition and dive deep into milk's complex carbohydrates (oligosaccharides) and microbiome and discuss how these components may be important for infant health and well being.

CPEU: 1.5
CPE Level: 2
Learning Codes: 4140, 2070, 6010

Learning Objectives

  • Define what are human milk oligosaccharides (HMO); discuss how and why their profile in milk varies; and explain how they likely impact infant health and gut microbiome composition.
  • Relate recent paradigm shift supporting the contention that human milk is not sterile; discuss factors related to variability in the human milk microbiome and how this might be relevant to maternal and infant health.
  • Apply information presented to dietary recommendation for lactating women and infants.

Speaker

  • Sharon Donovan, PhD, RD
  • Michelle McGuire, PhD

Moderator

  • Rachelle Lessen, MS, RD, IBCLC

Planned with the Committee for Lifelong Learning

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