USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference

USDA United States Department of Agriculture food composition database for more than 8000 foods including all food groups and baby foods as well.

Pediatric Testing

Offers a test menu that accommodates more than 99 percent of pediatric testing requests for the diagnosis and management of Pediatric conditions.

The Early Nutrition eAcademy (ENeA)

NEW MODULE – “Infant Formula Feeding” is available NOW!

Outline:

  • An Introduction to Infant Formula Feeding
  • Indications for and Effects of Infant Formula Feeding
  • Types and Composition of Infant Formula
  • Correct Formula Preparation and Bottle Feeding

The PedsQL™ Measurement Model For The Pediatric Quality Of Life Inventory™

The PedsQL Measurement Model is a modular approach to measuring HRQOL in healthy children and adolescents and those with health conditions.

Neurodevelopmental MRI Database (NEW!)

Offers average MRIs and associated MRI volumes as references for neurodevelopmental work for 2 weeks of age through 89 years of age.

The Nutrient Balance Concept: A New Quality Metric for Composite Meals and Diets

The NBC is a new tool for nutrient profiling and first step in the progress toward nutrient evaluation of multiple foods in the context of diets.

Bayley-III Scales of Infant Development Caregiver Report

Introduction about Bayley-III test on Adaptive Behavior, Cognitive, Language, Motor and Social-Emotional aspects, and how to interpret test results.

Latest Articles

Academic Activities

Nourishing A Healthy Brain: What Nutrients Do Infants Need Now?

Reviewed the association of specific lipids and phospholipids with neurodevelopmental outcomes, and advances and future research in infant nutrition.

Documents

Synergistic Effects Of Human Milk Nutrients In The Support Of Infant Recognition Memory: An Observational Study (NEW!)

Studied relation of human milk lutein, choline and DHA with recognition memory. Nutrients Interactions appear important to predict infant cognition.

Food Consumption Patterns of Infants and Toddlers: Where Are We Now? (NEW!)

The data from FITS 2008 was compared to the data from 2002 and improvements and gaps in the diet of infants and toddlers were identified.

Resources

USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference

USDA United States Department of Agriculture food composition database for more than 8000 foods including all food groups and baby foods as well.

Pediatric Testing

Offers a test menu that accommodates more than 99 percent of pediatric testing requests for the diagnosis and management of Pediatric conditions.