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Carbohydrates in breastmilk

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Breast milk is recognized as the best source of infant nutrition. The components in breast milk provide both nutritive and bioactive functions. Unlike infant formulas, the composition of breast milk changes dynamically to meet the infant's physiologically-changing needs. This infographic explains the composition and variability or adaptability of breastmilk specially focusing on carbohydrates (lactose and HMOS).

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