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Making up formula feeds, NGONUT discussion

Author: NGONUT
Resource type: Meetings and Workshops

Making up formula feeds - NGOnut discussion.

Talks about the difficulties of making up formula feeds, relactation, and other options. Also mentions F100 use.

NGONUT was an excellent open forum for Nutritionists, while it is no longer going the archives are still on the web for open view. We hope that the contributors to the forum do not mind us putting their comments here - please note that opinions may have changed over time and that this was a discussion forum.

www.univ-lille1.fr/pfeda/Ngonut/1999/9911b.htm

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