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84: Formula ingredients, regulations, and supporting cognitive development with Enfamil's medical science liaison and registered Dietician - The PedsDocTalk Podcast

I welcome Alayne, who is a registered dietician and a medical science liaison for Enfamil to talk about formula ingredients, regulations, and how we can support infant cognitive development early on. We discuss: FDA guidelines on what is required in infant formula Are European formulas "better" ...

Episode 84: Formula ingredients, regulations, and supporting cognitive development with Enfamil’s medical science liaison and registered Dietician

I welcome Alayne, who is a registered dietician and a medical science liaison for Enfamil to talk about formula ingredients, regulations, and how we can support infant cognitive development early on.

We discuss:

  • FDA guidelines on what is required in infant formula
  • Are European formulas “better” than U.S. Formulas
  • What ingredients in formula help support baby’s cognitive development and immune health?
  • How can we support an infant’s development overall?
  • Why is cognitive development an important domain of development?
Tune in to hear me answer these questions.

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