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Investigation of the 'satisfying' quality of infant formula milks.
  1. O G Brooke,
  2. C Wood


    The 'satisfying' quality of a typical, current formula milk was compared with that of an earlier type with higher protein and mineral content in a double blind, cross over trial in 10 infants. There were no significant differences in the amount of crying or volume consumed which meant that there was a higher sodium and protein intake but no associated improvement in 'satisfaction'.

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