Research is constantly evolving. Below is a sampling of interesting work in the world of infant nutrition.
|Review of Infant Feeding: Key Features of Breast Milk and Infant Formula||General||Features of breast milk and infant formula||Nutrients 2016|
|Infant Formula Fat Analogs and Human Milk Fat: New Focus on Infant Developmental Needs||Fat||Comparison of human milk fats and vegetable fats used in infant formula||Annual Review of Food Science and Technology 2016|
|Sugar in Infants, Children and Adolescents: A Position Paper of the European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Committee on Nutrition||Sugar||Explanation of various sugars and recommendations for sugar intake in infants and children||Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 2017|
|Zinc and Multivitamin Supplementation Have Contrasting Effects on infant Iron Status: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo- Controlled Clinical Trial||Iron||Zinc supplementation alone as opposed to multivitamin supplementation can have opposite effects on an infant’s iron status||European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2018|
|Excess iron intake as a factor in growth, infections, and development of infants and young children||Iron||Iron supplementation is critical but level supplementation may have different effects depending on the existing iron status of the infant.||American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2017|
|Comparison of Imported European and US Infant Formulas: Labeling, Nutrient and Safety Concerns||US and EU infant formulas||Key differences between US and EU infant formulas and areas of safety concern with EU products used in the US||Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 2019|
|Differences in the emotional and practical experiences of exclusively breastfeeding and combination feeding mothers||Feeding experience and feelings||An evaluation of feelings towards feeding method in Breastfeeding mothers.||Maternal and Child Nutrition 2017|
Infant formula is studied all over the globe and in many different ways - from individual nutrients to full formulas to even how women feel when they give it to their babies. At Bobbie, we evaluate this research on a regular basis so we can bring you the highest quality product in a safe, easy-to-use format you can trust.
83% of parents in the U.S. will turn to formula.
Survey conducted by Wakefield Research among 1,000 U.S. moms who only have children under the age of 2 between February 11th and February 19th, 2019 using an email invitation and an online survey.