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Over the years, we have carried out numerous projects with universities and research centres in Europe and the Middle East.

In the same period, we enhanced our experience in clinical research within Pediatrics, collaborating internationally with health care professionals from more than 100 Hospitals and and Primary Health Care Centres.

Olle Hernell & Bo Lönnerdal - ESPGHAN 2017

Early feeding: Effects of MFGM - supplemented infant formula on the infant microbiota, metabolome, and lipidome

A better knowledge of the effects of MFGM - ­supplemented infant formula on the infant microbiota, metabolome, and lipidome.

Nikleas Timby

Early feeding: Effects of MFGM - supplemented infant formula on the oral microbiota

A better knowledge of the microbiota in the oral cavity of infants fed with an infant formula supplemented with MFGM for a set of taxa.

Carolyn Slupsky

Early feeding: effects of MFGM - supplemented infant formula on the fecal microbiome, and fecal and plasma metabolomes

A better knowledge of the serum and fecal metabolomes and fecal microbiome of the formula-fed infants during and after supplementation with MFGM to better understand the impact of MFGM on microbial structure and function and ultimately health of developing infants.

Tove Grip

Early feeding: effects of MFGM - supplemented infant formula on serum/plasma lipidome and red blood cell lipid composition

A better knowledge of the he effect of the MFGM - ­supplemented infant formula compared to standard formula, on the serum/plasma lipidome and the red blood cell (RBC) lipid composition in the same study population.

See what Olle Hernell says about effects of milk fat and MFGM - supplemented infant formula on infants health

The latest scientific evidence supports that the milk fat and MFGM naturally present in mothers’ milk is important for the optimal development of brain and the immune system. See what Olle Hernell says about this
Author(s): Hero Institute for Infant Nutrition

Milk fat is one of the most important nutrients in breast milk. See the video with the last scientific news about it.

The latest scientific evidence supports that the Milk Fat with MFGM naturally present in mothers’ milk is important for the optimal development of brain and the immune system.
Author(s): Hero Institute for Infant Nutrition

Metabolomic effects of feeding an infant formula supplemented with milk fat globule membrane

During the 48th Annual Meeting of the European Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN)
Author(s): Dr. Niklas Timby. University of Umea, Sweden

Breast milk vs infant formula consequences for the microbiome and metabolome

48th Annual Meeting of the European Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN)
Author(s): Prof. Dr. Carolyn Slupsky. University of California, Davis, USA.

Feeding term infants formula with reduced energy, reduced protein and supplemented with milk fat globule membranes part 2: Effects on cognitive development

46th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Paedriatic Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, 2013
Author(s): Niklas Timby

Feeding term infants formula with reduced energy, reduced protein and supplemented with milk fat globule membranes part 1: Effect on intake, growth and body composition

46th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Paedriatic Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, 2013
Author(s): Magnus Domellöf

Higher intake of protein but not energy improves quality of growth in preterm infants

46th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Paedriatic Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, 2013
Author(s): Harrie Lafeber

A new generation of infant formulas - what are the possibilities?

46th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Paedriatic Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, 2013
Author(s): Olle Hernell, Bo Lönnerdal