Developmental Status of 1-Year-Old Infants Fed Breast Milk, Cow’s Milk Formula, or Soy Formula

@article{Andres2012DevelopmentalSO,
  title={Developmental Status of 1-Year-Old Infants Fed Breast Milk, Cow’s Milk Formula, or Soy Formula},
  author={Aline Andres and M A Cleves and Jayne Bellando and R T Pivik and Patrick H. Casey and T M Badger},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={2012},
  volume={129},
  pages={1134 - 1140}
}
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: Although soy formula has been reported to support normal development, concerns exist regarding potential adverse developmental effects of phytochemicals associated with soy protein. This study characterized developmental status (mental, motor, and language) of breastfed (BF), milk-based formula–fed (MF), or soy protein–based formula–fed (SF) infants during the first year of life. METHODS: Healthy infants (N = 391) were assessed longitudinally at ages 3, 6, 9, and 12… Expand
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