Join Nutricia at PPPP 2022 in Valencia

Join Nutricia at PPPP 2022, the 8th International Congress on Probiotics, Prebiotics, Postbiotics in Pediatrics.

Sept 15th - 17th
Valencia, Spain – Palacio De Congresos
Satellite Symposium Sept 16th 08:30 – 09:30 AM CET


This year PPPP takes place at the Palacio De Congresos in Valencia, Spain 15 to 17 September. PPPP is the International Congress on Probiotics, Prebiotics, Postbiotics in Pediatrics. 

Visit Nutricia at Booth #16 and learn more about the latest insights on biotics. Discover more about Nutricia’s program by clicking button below.


Nutricia's Satellite Symposium

‘Biotics for Every Step of the Nutritional Journey’

Prof. Maria Carmen Collado

Chair & intro: Prof. Maria Carmen Collado, Spain The importance of breastmilk for a healthy gut microbiota development

Prof. Gabriel Vinderola

Prof. Gabriel Vinderola, Argentina Biotics and their application for different feeding journeys

Prof. Jan Knol

Prof. Jan Knol, the Netherlands Synbiotics to support gut microbiome challenges in early life

Latest studies on biotics and infant nutrition

The first 1000 days of life lay the foundation for a child’s future health. During this critical period, the infant’s gut microbiome and immune system develop rapidly.

Multiple factors can impact this development in early life, such as early exposure to antibiotics or mode of delivery. For example, infants born by cesarean section have a delayed colonization and microbial dysbiosis, impacting growth and development.

Nutritional strategies, like intervention with biotics, offer the opportunity to restore the compromised gut microbiota playing a role in supporting the development of a balanced gut microbiota and immune system.

At Danone Nutricia, we continuously conduct research about the effect of biotics on the microbiota composition in early life.

Learn more about some of our latest studies:

JULIUS study

The effect of synbiotics on Caesarean-born infants

LIFE study 

Early life fecal microbiome and metabolome dynamics in response to an intervention with infant formula containing specific prebiotics and postbiotics

MAMI study

The influence of timing of maternal antibiotic administration during C-section on infant microbial colonization

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