Posted by Chantel. M studies contributed by US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health
In this study to characterize the growth, fat mass (FM), fat-free mass (FFM), and bone
mineral content (BMC) longitudinally in healthy infants fed breast milk
(BM), cow's milk formula (CMF), or soy formula (SF) during the first year of life, posted in PubMed, researchers showed that Infants fed CMF and SF had significantly different fat and bone accretion trajectories, and all infants fed formula
were significantly different from infants fed BM. Infants fed SF had a
leaner body phenotype throughout the first year of life, lower bone
mineralization by age 3 months, and greater bone mineral accretion
during the first year of life compared with infants fed BM or CMF.
Although the body composition profiles are strikingly different in these
3 diet groups, the implications for long-term health outcomes and bone
health remain unclear.
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