Quality of Diet, Body Position, and Time after Feeding Influence Behavioral States in Low Birth Weight Infants

@article{Sahni2002QualityOD,
  title={Quality of Diet, Body Position, and Time after Feeding Influence Behavioral States in Low Birth Weight Infants},
  author={Rakesh Sahni and Deepak Saluja and Karl F. Schulze and Sudha Kashyap and Kiyoko Ohira-Kist and William P. Fifer and Michael M. Myers},
  journal={Pediatric Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={52},
  pages={399-404}
}
The effects of variations in carbohydrate and fat intake and body position on behavioral activity states were evaluated in 64 healthy, growing low birth weight infants (birth weight, 750–1600 g). The infants, enrolled in a prospective, randomized, double-blind, controlled study of effects of quality of dietary energy, were fed one of the five formulas… CONTINUE READING