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    • Amino acid-based formula

    • Amino acid-based formula, also known as an elemental formula, is a type of hypoallergenic infant formula made from individual amino acids. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and together they form the protein requirements in formula needed for growth and development. The amino acids are in the simplest form ... Read »


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    • Baby bottle

    • A baby bottle is a bottle with a teat (also called a nipple in the US) to drink directly from. It is typically used by infants and young children, or if someone cannot (as conveniently) drink from a cup, for feeding oneself or being fed. In particular it is used to feed infant formula, expressed breast milk or pediatr ... Read »


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    • Baby food

    • Baby food is any soft, easily consumed food, other than breastmilk or infant formula, that is made specifically for babies, roughly between the ages of four to six months and two years. The food comes in multiple varieties and tastes; it may be table food that the rest of the family is eating that has been mashed or ot ... Read »


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    • Baby-led weaning

    • Baby-led weaning (often also referred to as BLW) is a method of adding complementary foods to a baby's diet of breastmilk or formula. A method of food progression, BLW facilitates the development of age appropriate oral motor control while maintaining eating as a positive, interactive experience. Baby-led weaning allow ... Read »


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    • BabyNes

    • BabyNes is a beverage machine by Nestlé that makes infant formula from single-use capsules, similar to Nestlé's Nespresso. The product was designed to recreate Nespresso's success with coffee in the baby formula industry. It was first introduced in Switzerland on May 25, 2011.The Wall Street Journal referred to N ... Read »


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    • Breastfeeding

    • Breastfeeding, also known as nursing, is the feeding of babies and young children with milk from a woman's breast. Health professionals recommend that breastfeeding begin within the first hour of a baby's life and continue as often and as much as the baby wants. During the first few weeks of life babies may nurse rough ... Read »


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    • Breastfeeding and HIV

    • Breastfeeding by HIV-infected mothers raises concerns of transmission of HIV to the child. Varying factors, such as the viral load in the mother’s milk, contribute to the difficulty in creating breastfeeding recommendations for HIV-positive mothers. It is also possible for the infant to be infected with HIV throug ... Read »


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    • Columna Lactaria

    • The Columna Lactaria ("Milk Column") was a landmark in ancient Rome in the Forum Holitorium, or produce market. The Roman grammarian Festus says it was so called "because they would bring babies there to be fed with milk." It seems to have been a public charity where poor parents could obtain milk for their infants, or ... Read »


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    • Enfamil

    • Enfamil (a play on words of 'infant meal') is a brand of infant formula made by Mead Johnson. From 1972 through 2011, Mead Johnson used Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit on its U.S. packaging. However, in 2012, the company transitioned to its signature duck across its U.S. Enfamil product line. Enfamil is a product name as ... Read »


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    • Farex

    • Farex is a food for babies and infants made primarily from flour and enriched with vitamins. It was produced by the company Glaxo. In 1934, Farex baby cereal was first produced by the company Glaxo, who was widely known for their knowledge and experience in feeding babies. Still today, Farex is one of the most popular ... Read »


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    • Infant formula

    • Infant formula is a manufactured food designed and marketed for feeding to babies and infants under 12 months of age, usually prepared for bottle-feeding or cup-feeding from powder (mixed with water) or liquid (with or without additional water). The U.S. Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA) defines infant formu ... Read »


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    • Haberman Feeder

    • The Haberman Feeder (a registered trademark) is a speciality bottle named after its inventor Mandy Haberman for babies with impaired sucking ability (for example due to cleft lip and palate or Mobius syndrome). The design of the feeder is to simulate breastfeeding. Mandy Haberman's research included contact with t ... Read »


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    • Human–animal breastfeeding


    • International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes

    • The International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes is an international health policy framework for breastfeeding promotion adopted by the World Health Assembly (WHA) of the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1981. The Code was developed as a global public health strategy and recommends restrictions on the ma ... Read »


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    • Lofenalac

    • Lofenalac (pronunciation:Lo-fen-alac) is a registered, trademarked infant powder formula prescribed to replace milk in the diets of Phenylketonuria sufferers in the infant and child stage. It is not recommended for non-PKU patients. In 1972, Lofenalac was declared a food by the FDA, for regulatory purposes. Initially ... Read »


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    • Muesli belt malnutrition

    • Muesli belt malnutrition is a term coined by Professor Vincent Marks, author of the book Panic Nation, to describe the supposed phenomenon that parents feeding their children what is seen as an "extremely healthy" diet could be depriving their children of essential fats. A study carried out at Bristol University exami ... Read »


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    • Organic infant formula

    • Organic infant formulas are synthetic substitutes to natural breast milk. Organic formulas manufactured in the United States must meet specific conditions regulated by the United States Department of Agriculture, the Agricultural Marketing Services and the National Organic Program. The system of organic production is ... Read »


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    • Pablum

    • Pablum is a processed cereal for infants originally marketed by the Mead Johnson Company in 1931. The trademarked name is a contracted form of the Latin word , which means "foodstuff". The name had long been used in botany and medicine to refer to nutrition or substances of which the nutritive elements are passively ab ... Read »


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    • Pedialyte

    • Pedialyte is an oral electrolyte solution manufactured by Abbott Laboratories and marketed for use in children. It was invented by Dr. Gary Cohen of Swampscott, Massachusetts. Pedialyte is designed to promote rehydration and electrolyte replacement in ill children. It "meets the requirements of the American Academ ... Read »


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    • Philips AVENT

    • Philips AVENT is a company based in England manufacturing baby bottles, breast pumps, and other baby feeding and health accessories. AVENT came from the sub brand Avent Naturally which was launched by a Company called Cannon Rubber (est.1936). The Brand was created in 1984 to launch a new type of baby bottle that was s ... Read »


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    • Premastication

    • Premastication, pre-chewing, or kiss feeding is the act of chewing food for the purpose of physically breaking it down in order to feed another that is incapable of masticating the food by themselves. This is often done by the mother or relatives of a baby to produce baby food capable of being consumed by the child dur ... Read »


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    • Rice cereal

    • Rice cereal is the name commonly given to industrially manufactured baby food based on rice. Its ingredient list is not well defined and depends on the manufacturer. It has been recommended by pediatricians in the United States as the initial food for solid food-ready babies for the second half of the 20th century. ... Read »


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    • Mirette Seireg

    • Mirette Seireg Ohman is a leading expert in the design of international food security and child nutritional programs. Trained as a nutritionist (M.Sc. Univ. Wisconsin, Madison), Ohman has created or contributed to the creation of nutritional programs in over 30 countries in Central America, West Africa, and East Africa ... Read »


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    • Similac

    • Similac

      Similac (for "similar to lactation") is a brand of infant formula that was developed by Alfred Bosworth of Tufts University and marketed by Abbott Laboratories. It was first released in the late 1920s, and then reformulated and concentrated in 1951. Today, Similac is sold in 96 countries worldwide. Premature Newb ... Read »


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    • Sugar tit

    • Sugar tit is a folk name for a baby pacifier, or dummy, that was once commonly made and used in North America and Britain. It was made by placing a spoonful of sugar, or honey, in a small patch of clean cloth, then gathering the cloth around the sugar and twisting it to form a bulb. The bulb was then secured by twine o ... Read »


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    • Supplemental nursing system

    • The supplemental nursing system (SNS) consists of a container and a capillary tube leading from the container to the mother's nipple. The SNS container can be filled with fresh pumped breastmilk, with fresh donor milk, with pasteurized donor milk, or, if no human milk is available, with infant formula. The tubing is ... Read »


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    • The a2 Milk Company

    • The a2 Milk Company Limited

      The a2 Milk Company Limited (previously known as A2 Corporation) is an ASX 200 public listed company that commercialises intellectual property relating to a2 milk and related products. The a2 Milk Company is also a major Australian and New Zealand producer of the trademarked a2 Milk, a2 Platinum infant formula, and oth ... Read »


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    • Water bottle nipple adapter

    • A water bottle nipple adapter is a baby bottle nipple that attaches to water bottles, to allow babies and toddlers to drink liquids such as formula, water, or juice. There are numerous different versions of baby bottle nipple adapters, such as: ... Read »


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    • Weaning

    • Weaning is the process of gradually introducing a mammal infant to what will be its adult diet and withdrawing the supply of its mother's milk. The process takes place only in mammals, as only mammals produce milk. The infant is considered to be fully weaned once it is no longer fed any breast milk (or bottled substit ... Read »


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