Katie Hinde:
Lo que no sabemos sobre la leche materna

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La leche materna desarrolla los cuerpos de los bebés, fomenta el neurodesarrollo, proporciona inmunofactores esenciales y salvaguardas contra la hambruna y la enfermedad. ¿Por qué, entonces, la ciencia sabe más de los tomates que la leche materna? Katie Hinde comparte ideas sobre esta compleja y vivificante sustancia y discute las principales deficiencias que la investigación científica aún necesita cubrir para que podamos entenderla mejor.

Lactation researcher
Katie Hinde is studying breast milk’s status as the first superfood, providing babies with invaluable microbes custom-tailored to their individual needs, via an incredible and unlikely dialogue between the mother’s enzymes and the baby’s saliva. Full bio
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