Human milk oligosaccharides are the third most abundant component of human milk after lactose and lipids, reaching between 5 and 20 g/L in mature human milk.
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The pathogenesis of autoimmune diseases is not completely understood, but environmental factors such as life-style, diet, drugs, and infections are thought to be involved.
Jennewein Biotechnologie discusses the importance of adding human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) to infant formula to better emulate the benefits of breast milk.
Jennewein Biotechnologie and Yili Group join forces for microbiome research and human milk oligosaccharides to bring innovation to the largest baby food market.
Jennewein Biotechnologie discusses the importance of human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) in reducing the likelihood of children developing allergies.
How the microbiome develops during childhood has repercussions for the rest of our lives. It influences our risk of developing allergies, intestinal illnesses and becoming overweight. Nutrition plays an important role from the outset. Polysaccharides in breast milk – human milk oligosaccharides (HMO) – can promote a healthy intestinal flora.