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Effect of Nutrition Ingredients on Microbiota Modulation

The objective of this study is to evaluate in healthy volunteers the time-dependent effect of daily consumption for four weeks of six different nutrition ingredients on relative abundance of microbial taxa in fecal samples. Second, the study looks at the time-dependent effect of six different nutrition ingredients on alpha and beta diversity of microbiota in fecal samples. Moreover, the time-dependent effect of six different nutrition ingredients on gastrointestinal symptoms an...


Effect of Infant Formula Intake on Infant Growth From 0 to 6 Months.

From birth to 5 months, milk is the essential and unique food of the newborn. The French National Nutrition Program (PNNS) recommends exclusive breastfeeding "up to 6 months and at least 4 months for a healthy benefit". However, only 36% of infants 0-6 months of age are exclusively breastfed worldwide. Some mothers choose to give infant formula to their baby in the first few months of life. This decision may be a personal choice or be imposed by pathophysiological situations. ...

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Metabolomic Profile of Urine Samples From Neonates Fed With Breast Milk and an Infant Formula Enriched With Synbiotics

The aim of this trial is to verify - based on metabolomics and other anthropometric parameters - whether exclusive nutrition of infant formula enriched with synbiotics (probiotics B.lactis and prebiotics FOS), Long-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (AA, DHA) and nucleotides, is comparable to breast milk and to mixed nutrition including breast milk together with the enriched infant formula.


Evaluation Research of the Nutrition Interventions in the INHP II Areas of CARE India

This study is designed to evaluate the effectiveness of CARE India's Integrated Nutrition and Health Program (INHP II) to reduce malnutrition among children 0-23 months of age.

Study Evaluating Growth and Tolerance of Infant Formula Containing HMOs

The primary objective of this clinical study is to investigate the suitability of an infant formula containing five different human milk oligosaccharides to support normal physical growth (evaluated per weight gain), in comparison with infant formula without human milk oligosaccharides, when the formula is fed as the sole source of nutrition.

Nutrition Education and e-Texting to Increase Access to Fresh Produce

The proposed project, Nutrition Ed, Access and Texting (NEAT): Combining the Hartford Mobile Market with e-Marketing , uses an e-technology social marketing strategy to promote use of a recently launched mobile produce market among SNAP-Ed recipients. This study will potentially increase fresh produce access and intake by combining an innovative food system change (produce mobile market) with existing SNAP-Ed nutrition education curriculum and the use of e-marketing technology.

Effects of a Synbiotics-containing Starter Formula on Infant Growth

In this study the investigators want to evaluate the satiety of two infant formulas, one containing prebiotics and the other containing synbiotics. Rate of weight gain, a proxy measurement for the healthy development of an infant, will be assessed in both groups and compared to the growth observed in the WHO Child Growth Standards in order to demonstrate non inferiority.

Nutritional Study in Preterm Infants

An evaluation of a preterm infant formula containing ingredients similar to those found in breastmilk

Tanglewood to Table: A Walking Farmer's Market Group and Control

This program encourages community members to walk approximately 1 mile to the Whitesburg Farmers Market each Thursday or Saturday. The study aims to determine if walking to the market to receive vouchers improve health outcomes beyond controls who receive nutrition education.

Cryo AF Global Registry

Cryo AF Global Registry a prospective, global, multi-center, observational Post-Market Registry

Effect of an Innovative BIO Formula Intake on Infant Growth and Tolerance From 0 to 6 Months

From birth to 5 months, milk is the essential and unique food of the newborn. The French National Nutrition Program (PNNS) recommends exclusive breastfeeding "up to 6 months and at least 4 months for a healthy benefit". However, only 36% of infants 0-6 months of age are exclusively breastfed worldwide. Some mothers choose to give infant formula to their baby in the first few months of life. This decision may be a personal choice or be imposed by pathophysiological situations. ...

Effect of the Level of Dietary Protein on Infant Growth

The purpose of this study is to determine whether infants fed a formula with protein levels different than a standard infant formula have similar growth and development.

Assessment of Risk Factors for Childhood Obesity and Nutrition Education Intervention on Infant Growth and Development

The period from conception to 2 years of age ('first 1000 days') has been recognized as a critical period for long-lasting programming effects on later obesity and associated NCD and a window of opportunity to implement intervention for reducing and treating childhood obesity. However, there is a dearth of prospective intervention studies that address this nutritional problem in Jamaica and there are no reports of sustainable intervention. Jamaica is a middle income country in...

Guarana And Cancer-Related Fatigue

This research will examine the effectiveness of a guaraná nutrition bar supplement versus placebo (the placebo is a nutrition bar with the same ingredients except for without guaraná) in treating cancer-related fatigue in cancer patients who have completed treatment. We would also like to find out if this energy bar supplement improves physical performance, mood and reduces inflammation

Non-invasive Marker of Infant Food Intake

The study evaluates the the utility of a non-invasive skin measurement as a biomarker of infant food intake during complementary feeding.

Effectiveness of an Early Nutrition Program on Promoting Breastfeeding and Optimizing Infant Growth and Diet Quality

Effective early life programs that reduce the long-term non-communicable diseases (NCDs) risk could bring great economic benefits to the society. However, there is a lack of local data on the effect of nutrition on child growth and most research on early life intervention focus on disease models such as obese women to improve offspring health outcomes. There is limited research on postpartum interventions in the community that optimize maternal and infant nutrition through impr...

Assessment of Growth of Infants Fed a New Formula

The purpose of this clinical trial is to assess growth (rate of weight gain in grams per day) of infants fed an infant formula with a whey isolate enriched with lactoferrin, during the first four months of life as compared to infants fed a standard infant formula.

Online WIC Nutrition Education to Promote Farmers' Market Fruit and Vegetable Purchases and Consumption

This study is evaluating the WIC Fresh Start program, a theory-driven, web-based nutrition education lesson to promote farmers' market fruit and vegetable purchases and consumption among women enrolled in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC).

Effects of Early Nutrition on Growth

The primary objective of the study is to compare the growth of infants fed standard infant formula with infants fed a reduced calorie and protein formula.

VENASEAL SPECTRUM: Global Post-Market Study of the VenaSeal™ Closure System

Global Post-Market Study of the VenaSeal™ Closure System in the Treatment of Early and Advanced Stage Superficial Venous Disease.

Acceptability, Tolerance, Satiety and Prebiotic Effect of a New Infant Cereal

This study evaluates a new infant cereals on acceptability, tolerance, satiety and prebiotic effect in infants.

Tolerance of an Extensively Hydrolyzed Protein Infant Formula Versus a Premature Infant Formula

To evaluate the use of a hypoallergenic infant formula containing an extensively hydrolyzed protein source for routine nutrition.

A Clinical Study to Investigate the Effects of an Infant Formula Containing Partially Hydrolysed Proteins on Growth, Safety and Tolerance in Healthy Term Infants

It is universally accepted that the best nutrition for a new-born infant is breast milk. Breast milk provides a complete set of nutrients to support growth and development of children in early life, including components that have a beneficial effect on gut health and the body's ability to defend itself against infectious organisms and other invaders (immune system).However, it may occur that a mother is unable to breastfeed her child, or chooses not to breastfeed. In such cases...

New Infant Formula Supports Adequate Growth in Healthy Infants

The objective of the present study is to evaluate the growth, safety, and tolerance in healthy, term infants consuming a new to market infant formula (Formula A) and a commercially available infant formula (Formula B) with daily weight gain as the primary outcome. As secondary outcomes, the study will evaluate other growth parameters, tolerance, and safety.

Impact of BC Farmers' Market Nutrition Coupon Program on Diet Quality and Psychosocial Well-being of Low-income Adults

The British Columbia (BC) Farmers' Market Nutrition Coupon Program (FMNCP) provides low-income households with $21/week in coupons to purchase healthy foods at farmers' markets and supportive nutrition skill-building activities. This randomized controlled trial will assess the impact of the BC FMNCP on the overall diet quality (primary outcome), diet quality subscores, mental well-being, sense of community, experiences of food insecurity, risk of malnutrition (secondary outcome...


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