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To evaluate changes in the fatty acid composition of red blood cell phospholipids in breast-fed infants compared with those in infants fed with different formulas conventional, venriched formula, v and venriched formula and nucleotide-enriched formula. Thirty-seven healthy term infants were randomly assigned to one of five different feeding groups.
Weight, length, head circumference, and arm circumference were assessed at 7 and 60 days of age. The fatty acid composition of the infants’ red blood cell phosphatidylcholine PC and phosphatidylethanolamine PE were analyzed at these ages. The anthropometric variables studied showed no changes among the different groups. At 60 days old, arachidonic acid concentration Docosahexaenoic acid concentration This study demonstrates differences in the fatty acid composition of red blood cell phospholipids between breast-milk fed infants and those fed with any of the artificial formulas available on the Spanish market.
These data provide evidence of the influence of diet on certain essential fatty acids in the body. The influence of human milk and various artificial formulae commercially available in spain on the fatty acid status of infants in the first two months of life. Ruiz Sanz aL. Sasieta Altuna cP. Sanjurjo Crespo a.
Unidad de Metabolismo Infantil. Objective To evaluate changes in the fatty acid composition of red blood cell phospholipids in breast-fed infants compared with those in infants fed with different formulas conventional, venriched formula, v and venriched formula and nucleotide-enriched formula.
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Methods Thirty-seven healthy term infants were randomly assigned to one of five different feeding groups. The fatty acid composition of the infants’ red blood cell phosphatidylcholine PC and phosphatidylethanolamine PE were analyzed at these ages. Results The anthropometric variables studied showed no changes among the different groups. Conclusions This study demonstrates differences in the fatty acid composition of red blood cell phospholipids between breast-milk fed infants and those fed with any of the artificial formulas available on the Spanish market.
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