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>Revistas >Pediatría de México >Año 2011, No. 3


Vásquez GEM
Innovaciones en nutrición pediátrica
Pediatr Mex 2011; 13 (3)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 29
Paginas: 120-126
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RESUMEN

La innovación científica y tecnológica en el campo de la nutrición pediátrica ha tenido un avance extraordinario en todas las áreas del saber humano que dificultan, a un profesional de la salud, asimilar la cantidad de información que se publica todos los días. Los temas como la nutrigenómica, la nutrigenética, la biofortificación de los alimentos, la demostración inequívoca de las ventajas de la alimentación con lactancia materna exclusiva, los avances en la alimentación complementaria, las grandes innovaciones tecnológicas en la industria alimentaria y los efectos en la salud de la adición de ciertos componentes a los alimentos, son algunos ejemplos de las grandes innovaciones en este excitante campo de la nutrición humana.


Palabras clave: Innovaciones, nutrición pediátrica.


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