Mom and baby: From pre-natal to pre-teen

Format: External webinar | Document type: Webinar

Mom and baby:  From pre-natal to pre-teen

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Nutrition during pregnancy, lactation, infancy and early childhood is known to induce long-term effects on later health of the child. 
The first 1000 days of life have been identified by researchers as a period of rapid physiological changes which greatly depend on the mother’s eating habits.
Early and middle childhood, during which eating habits are created, is a critical window for healthy development and lifelong learning. 
Key learning points:
– Get to know the latest market insights on early life nutrition.
– Discover the unique benefits of lutein and zeaxanthin during pregnancy and visual development with Prof. Lisa Renzi-Hammond
– Learn the latest research on cognitive benefits of lutein in childhood with Prof. Naiman Khan
– Understand why FloraGLO® Lutein is the gold standard in maternal and children scientific research. 

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Maci Samanta Maci Sr. Commercial and Technical Manager EMEA/LATAM

Ira Ira Walterscheid-Müller Segment Lead for Early Life Nutrition in EMEA
DSM Nutritional Products

Naiman Naiman A. Khan, PhD, RD Assistant Professor
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Lisa Lisa M. Renzi-Hammond, PhD. Assistant Professor
University of Georgia

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