2018
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5828/2018.06.001
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Claude Billeaud

Abstract: Breast milk is the model for infant feeding. In the absence of breast milk, substitutes have been created whose composition attempts to copy that of breast milk. However, it is impossible to make from cow's milk the copy of human milk given that it is composed of a thousand substances which have for some the function of nutrients and for others (the most numerous) properties bioactive. In addition, there is no fixed milk for the same mother but mothers whose composition varies over time: colostrum (first 5 day…

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