Infant, Child, and Adolescent Nutrition

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This section addresses fundamental aspects of nutrition and its outcomes in women and their children, both in early childhood and later in life, and keeps its audience fully informed of new initiatives, latest research findings and innovative ways to respond to changes in attitudes and public policies. 

The section focuses on all nutritional aspects concerning children, from birth to 18 years of age since awareness of how early dieting can affect later health is increasing. The importance of "early nutrition" and "long-term consequences" has become apparent in recent years.

We expect a range of various topics to be covered by this section, such as:

  • breastfeeding
  • preterm  and infant nutrition
  • sport nutrition in children
  • food allergy in children
  • microbiome development in children
  • pediatric obesity
  • malnutrition in children
  • eating behavior in children

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  • Calcium status in Moroccan children and adolescents assessed by 24-hour urinary excretion

    Amina Bouziani (1), Naima Saeid (2), Mohamed Idrissi (3), Mohammed El Mzibri (4), Kaoutar Bendjeddou (5), Hicham El Berri (6), Asmaa Elhamdouchi (7), Adil El Yahyaoui (8), Khalid El Kari (9), Hasnae Benkirane (10), Hassan Aguenaou (11)
    (1) Joint Research Unit in Nutrition and Food. Ibn Tofaïl University (CNESTEN). Regional Designated Center of Nutrition (AFRA.IAEA).Rabat. Kenitra. 14000, Morocco ,
    (2) Joint Research Unit in Nutrition and Food. Ibn Tofaïl University (CNESTEN). Regional Designated Center of Nutrition (AFRA.IAEA).Rabat. Kenitra. 14000, Morocco ,
    (3) Joint Research Unit in Nutrition and Food. Ibn Tofaïl University (CNESTEN). Regional Designated Center of Nutrition (AFRA.IAEA).Rabat. Kenitra. 14000, Morocco ,
    (4) Joint Research Unit in Nutrition and Food. Ibn Tofaïl University (CNESTEN). Regional Designated Center of Nutrition (AFRA.IAEA).Rabat. Kenitra. 14000, Morocco ,
    (5) Joint Research Unit in Nutrition and Food. Ibn Tofaïl University (CNESTEN). Regional Designated Center of Nutrition (AFRA.IAEA).Rabat. Kenitra. 14000, Morocco ,
    (6) Ministry of health, Rabat, Morocco ,
    (7) Joint Research Unit in Nutrition and Food. Ibn Tofaïl University (CNESTEN). Regional Designated Center of Nutrition (AFRA.IAEA).Rabat. Kenitra. 14000, Morocco ,
    (8) Centre Nationale de l’Energie des Sciences et des Techniques Nucleaires (CNESTEN), Laboratory Division, Morocco ,
    (9) Joint Research Unit in Nutrition and Food. Ibn Tofaïl University (CNESTEN). Regional Designated Center of Nutrition (AFRA.IAEA).Rabat. Kenitra. 14000, Morocco ,
    (10) Joint Research Unit in Nutrition and Food. Ibn Tofaïl University (CNESTEN). Regional Designated Center of Nutrition (AFRA.IAEA).Rabat. Kenitra. 14000, Morocco ,
    (11) Joint Research Unit in Nutrition and Food. Ibn Tofaïl University (CNESTEN). Regional Designated Center of Nutrition (AFRA.IAEA).Rabat. Kenitra. 14000, Morocco
    172-179
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  • Association between breakfast intake and short-term memory, performance and mood among Saudi female adolescents

    Amal Alrayes (1), Hajar Alowayshiq (2), Hind Altamimi (3), Reem Alangari (4), Nada Benajiba (5)
    (1) Clinical Nutrition Program – Department of Health Sciences, College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia ,
    (2) Clinical Nutrition Program – Department of Health Sciences, College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia ,
    (3) Clinical Nutrition Program – Department of Health Sciences, College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia ,
    (4) Clinical Nutrition Program – Department of Health Sciences, College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia ,
    (5) Clinical Nutrition Program – Department of Health Sciences, College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
    75-80
    Abstract Views : 347
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