Last updated on July 2019

Does a Diet With the Recommended Amount of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Increase Their Proportion in Maternal Milk?

Brief description of study

During pregnancy and lactation, the consumption of PUFA n-3, through the consumption of food products that contain more ALA than conventional products, could impact nutritional and non-nutritional breast milk quality (immune criteria, metabolites, hormones), and also the implantation of the intestinal microbiota of the newborn, which is involved in preservation of short term and long term health of the child.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03805997

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