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The Programming Effects of Complementary Feeding

For citation: Lukushkina Ye. F., Medyantseva M. G., Vlasova I. N., Meshcheryakova V. V., Novopoltseva Е. G., Kamalova A. A. The Programming Effects of Complementary Feeding. Doctor.Ru. 2017; 4(133): 25–29.
15 May 00:00

Objective of the Review: To optimize feeding regimens for babies during the first year of life and describe modern approaches to the introduction of complementary feeding.

Key Points: Complementary feeding has long been discussed in terms of the timing and sequence of its introduction. Today, nutritional programming is being actively debated and researched. Complementary feeding is a potent programming factor. It has been demonstrated that the early introduction of complementary foods and high consumption of milk protein during the period of their introduction increase risk for obesity; that timely introduction of complementary foods may reduce risk for allergies; that neither breastfeeding (including when gluten is introduced), the age when gluten is introduced, nor the amount or type of gluten influences risk for celiac disease; and that iron deficiency at an early age has long-term negative effects. The timing of the introduction of complementary foods is also important for the development of eating behaviors.

Conclusion: Complementary feeding is currently regarded as a factor with long-term health effects in both childhood and adult life.

Ye. F. Lukushkina — Nizhny Novgorod State Medical Academy, Russian Ministry of Health. E-mail: fpediatr@nizhgma.ru

M. G. Medyantseva — Nizhny Novgorod State Medical Academy, Russian Ministry of Health. Е-mail: mariaafraimovoch@gmail.com

I. N. Vlasova — Nizhny Novgorod State Medical Academy, Russian Ministry of Health. Е-mail: vlasova_irina_48@mail.ru

V. V. Meshcheryakova — Nizhny Novgorod State Medical Academy, Russian Ministry of Health. Е-mail: vvfmesh@yandex.ru

Е. G. Novopoltseva — Nizhny Novgorod State Medical Academy, Russian Ministry of Health. Е-mail: eknovopol@mail.ru

A. A. Kamalova — Kazan State Medical University, Russian Ministry of Health. Е-mail: aelirakamalova@gmail.com

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