Haemoglobin fortified cereal: a source of available iron to breast-fed infants.

@article{Hertrampf1990HaemoglobinFC,
  title={Haemoglobin fortified cereal: a source of available iron to breast-fed infants.},
  author={Eva D Hertrampf and Manuel Olivares and Fernando Pizarro and Tom{\'a}s Walter and Marisol Cayazzo and Gloria P. Heresi and Sandra Llaguno and P Chadud and Abraham Stekel},
  journal={European journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1990},
  volume={44 11},
  pages={793-8}
}
We tested in the field an extruded rice flour, fortified with a bovine haemoglobin concentrate (Fe:14 mg/100 g of powder). This cereal has a high iron bioavailability, good protein quality and amino acid score. Healthy, term breast-fed infants were prospectively studied. One group (n = 92) received the fortified cereal (from 4 to 12 months of age). As… CONTINUE READING