Micronutrient Status in Children Aged 1-3 Years Consuming Their Habitual Diet With or Without Young Children's Milk

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Updated on 1 July 2022
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This study evaluates changes in Vitamin D, Zinc, and Iron status of children consuming 2 servings / day of the investigational (test) young children's milk (YCM) for 16 weeks compared to children of the same age who consume their habitual pattern of beverage intake for the same duration.


The overall purpose of the study is to demonstrate improved vitamin D status and/or improved iron status of children ages 1 to 3 years who are consuming the investigational (test) young children's milk (YCM) compared to children consuming their habitual pattern of beverage intake (milk and non-milk beverages). This is based on previous study findings that (i) the toddler's diet, in reality, is often not optimal, putting toddlers at risk of insufficient intakes of several nutrients, and (ii) consuming YCM supplemented with these nutrients might provide optimal intakes of these nutrients.

Condition Nutritional Status, Child Nutrition Sciences
Treatment Young children's milk (1-<3)
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT04413604
Last Modified on1 July 2022

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