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NUTRICIÓN EN RECIÉN NACIDOS A TÉRMINO Y EN NIÑOS DE 1 A 6 MESES

@inproceedings{MarianellaHerrera2013NUTRICINER,
  title={NUTRICI{\'O}N EN RECI{\'E}N NACIDOS A T{\'E}RMINO Y EN NI{\~N}OS DE 1 A 6 MESES},
  author={H MarianellaHerrera and Livia Machado and Daniel Ventosa Villalobos},
  year={2013}
}
SUMMARY Nutrition in newborn term and the infant up to 6 months of age Adequate nutrition during infancy and early childhood ensures the full development of the human potential of every child in any part of the world, as well as the prevention of chronic diseases related to nutrition in adulthood. They are fundamental power of good practices to achieve optimal health. The human feeding exclusively covers all nutritional requirements during the first six months of life and to be then continued… 
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