Intestinal glucose absorption but not endogenous glucose production differs between colostrum- and formula-fed neonatal calves.

@article{SteinhoffWagner2011IntestinalGA,
  title={Intestinal glucose absorption but not endogenous glucose production differs between colostrum- and formula-fed neonatal calves.},
  author={J Steinhoff-Wagner and Solvig Goers and Peter Junghans and Rupert M Bruckmaier and Ellen Kanitz and Cornelia C. Metges and Harald M Hammon},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={2011},
  volume={141 1},
  pages={
          48-55
        }
}
Glucose supply markedly changes during the transition to extrauterine life. In this study, we investigated diet effects on glucose metabolism in neonatal calves. Calves were fed colostrum (C; n = 7) or milk-based formula (F; n = 7) with similar nutrient content up to d 4 of life. Blood plasma samples were taken daily before feeding and 2 h after feeding on d 4 to measure glucose, lactate, nonesterified fatty acids, protein, urea, insulin, glucagon, and cortisol concentrations. On d 2… CONTINUE READING

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