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When should we use partially hydrolysed formulae for frequent gastrointestinal symptoms and allergy prevention?

Universidad de Chile. Repositorio Académico

 
Título When should we use partially hydrolysed formulae for frequent gastrointestinal symptoms and allergy prevention?
 
Autor Guti érrez Castrell ón, P.
Heine, R. G.
Cruchet, S.
Di Lorenzo, C.
Faure, C.
Chundi, Xu
Spolidoro, J.
Arancibia, M. E.
Staiano, A.
Aw, M. M.
Lee, H. C.
Alarc ón, P.
Miqdady, M.
Asery, A.
Vandenplas, Y.
 
Tema Cow milk (protein) allergy
 
Descripción Artículo de publicación ISI
Experts reviewed the literature to determine whether partially whey hydrolysed formulas
(HF) offer benefits in the dietary management of frequent gastrointestinal symptoms and
allergy prevention. Compared with standard cow’s milk-based formulas, partially whey HF
confer a limited protective effect against allergic disease in high-risk infants, particularly
atopic dermatitis, but not respiratory allergies. No randomised clinical trials have been
published on partially whey HF in infants with colicky symptoms. The group did not find
sufficient evidence to support the use of partially whey HF in regurgitation, although recent
data suggest that a thickened partially whey HF may be more effective. Partially whey HF,
fortified with prebiotics and/or probiotics, with high levels of sn-2 palmitate in the fat blend
or without palm oil, provide some benefit in functional constipation.
Conclusion: Overall, partially whey HF may offer a useful alternative to intact protein in the
dietary management of common functional gastrointestinal symptoms.
 
Fecha 2015-01-08T18:07:45Z
2015-03-12T18:10:50Z
2015-01-08T18:07:45Z
2015-03-12T18:10:50Z
2014-07
 
Tipo Artículo de revista
 
Enlace Acta Paediatrica Volume 103, Issue 7, pages 689–695, July 2014
0803-5253
DOI:10.1111/apa.12637
http://repositorio.uchile.cl/handle/2250/124152
 
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Derechos Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Chile
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/cl/
 
Publicador Wiley