Join Nutricia at ESPGHAN 2022
This year’s Annual Meeting of the European Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN) takes place from 22 to 25 June. After 2,5 years of digital events we are excited to see you again face to face in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Nutricia Booth #15
Visit Nutricia at booth #15 and discover the latest about our brands and products. Join the Nutricia Satellite Symposium Biotics and Lipids in the F1000D: A unique window of opportunity to shape the future – 1pm 23rd June, Auditorium 10-12.
For more information about registrations and Nutricia’s Satellite Symposium please visit the ESPGHAN official website.
Nutricia Satellite Symposium
Join Nutricia’s Satellite Symposium: Biotics and Lipids in the F1000D: A unique window of opportunity to shape the future. The Symposium will be held 23 June, starting 1pm in Auditorium 10-12.
After 2 years of virtual congresses, we are counting the days to see you again and celebrate 50 years of advanced breast milk research together. As part of Nutricia’s commitment to deliver high quality and relevant educational programmes, we cordially invite you to our satellite symposium. Please find below the agenda.
Learn more about lipids and breastmilk adaptability
This collection of infographics and publications shows how concentrations of breastmilk components like fatty acids change over the course of lactation, tailored to specific needs of infants at defined stages of lactation.
The playlist is hosted on Danone Nutricia Campus, an educational platform for healthcare professionals which is hosted by a non-profit foundation, led by medical experts
The Human Milk Cohort Studies (Ulm SPATZ Health Study) aim to reveal new and reliable insights into changes of human milk composition during first year of life, through state-of-the-art instrumental analysis of a large number of human milk samples.
The results of these publications are summarized in this new infographic and show that human milk composition is highly variable.
Investigated macronutrient concentrations in human milk, as well as individual compounds thereof, change over the course of lactation. These changes may be tailored to specific needs of infants at defined stages of lactation and each compound may have a specific role in supporting healthy infant.
Lipids: a key component of breastmilk
Learn about the importance and benefits of lipids in early life in this educational playlist with a variety of expert content. Ranging from publications that explore the topic in-depth, to illustrated materials that explain lipids in a nice and easy way.
Go to Danone Nutricia Campus to visit the playlist.