Child nutrition and growth: butterfly effects?

Auteur(s) :
Bellisle F.
Date :
Fév, 2008
Source(s) :
Br J Nutr.. #99:Suppl 1 pS40-5
Adresse :
INSERM U557/INRA U1125/CNAM EA3200/Univ Paris 13, Centre de Recherche en Nutrition Humaine d'Ile-de France, Unité de Recherche en Epidémiologie Nutritionnelle, SMBH, 74 rue Marcel Cachin, Bobigny cedex 93017, France. f.bellisle@uren.smbh.univ-paris13.fr

Sommaire de l'article

The international symposium organised by the Danone Institute as a pre-congress satellite of the European Nutrition Societies Congress, in Paris, in July 2007, brought together experts of child nutrition and behaviour. These experts coming from several countries of Europe and North America shared their views on the impact of numerous factors affecting child eating and health in present-day developed societies. Topics included nutritional influences during foetal life, early life development of food likes and dislikes, neophobia, ability for energy regulation, impact of media and advertisement, etc. Most contributions addressed the obesity epidemics and the problems associated with body weight control. Other aspects of child health were also considered, for example the nutritional challenge of adequately feeding children with type 1 diabetes. The nine speakers were asked to underline practical strategies to improve nutrition in early life, so as to maximise health, growth and quality of life in today’s environment. The present paper is a summary of the ideas expressed by the experts, highlighting agreements, convergences, and occasional disagreements between expert opinions.

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