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Abstracts from Current Literature

Abstracts from Current Literature Abstracts from Literature Current Infant Milk and Other Foods Metabolism; Feeding; A Naturally Fortified Milk Modifier I. Laboratory Studies of Apple Syrup as a Carbohydrate for Infant Bernhard Feeding. Sarah Spur, Bushonc. and Pediat. 36:588 1950. Irving J. (May) Wolman, concentrated in addition to dextrose Apple syrup, apple juice, contains, lévulose, and small amounts of vitamin C hundred milliliters). It also sucrose, (30 mg. per contains iron 100 and to 0.5 At room (10 mg. per cc.) pectin (0.02 per cent). a month about 33 per cent of vitamin C is lost in six At temperature, period. the loss is about 25 cent. In test the iron refrigerator temperature, per animals, for of is available formation. The content this readily hemoglobin pectin product at has been standardized 0.5 cent the addition of measured amounts. per by Macdonald, Pittsburgh. A Naturally Fortified Milk Modifier II. Clinical Studies of Apple Syrup As a Carbohydrate for Infant Feeding. I. Dickstein, Wolman, B. R. Nicholas and C. Pediat. J. Jones, Spur, J. Githens, Christensen, J. 36:594 1950. (May) neutralized with added is a milk Partially apple syrup pectin satisfactory modifier for infant It is well tolerated and mixes even feeding. usually easily, with http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American journal of diseases of children American Medical Association

Abstracts from Current Literature

American journal of diseases of children , Volume 80 (4) – Oct 1, 1950

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1950 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0096-8994
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1538-3628
DOI
10.1001/archpedi.1950.04040020671012
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Abstracts from Literature Current Infant Milk and Other Foods Metabolism; Feeding; A Naturally Fortified Milk Modifier I. Laboratory Studies of Apple Syrup as a Carbohydrate for Infant Bernhard Feeding. Sarah Spur, Bushonc. and Pediat. 36:588 1950. Irving J. (May) Wolman, concentrated in addition to dextrose Apple syrup, apple juice, contains, lévulose, and small amounts of vitamin C hundred milliliters). It also sucrose, (30 mg. per contains iron 100 and to 0.5 At room (10 mg. per cc.) pectin (0.02 per cent). a month about 33 per cent of vitamin C is lost in six At temperature, period. the loss is about 25 cent. In test the iron refrigerator temperature, per animals, for of is available formation. The content this readily hemoglobin pectin product at has been standardized 0.5 cent the addition of measured amounts. per by Macdonald, Pittsburgh. A Naturally Fortified Milk Modifier II. Clinical Studies of Apple Syrup As a Carbohydrate for Infant Feeding. I. Dickstein, Wolman, B. R. Nicholas and C. Pediat. J. Jones, Spur, J. Githens, Christensen, J. 36:594 1950. (May) neutralized with added is a milk Partially apple syrup pectin satisfactory modifier for infant It is well tolerated and mixes even feeding. usually easily, with

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American journal of diseases of childrenAmerican Medical Association

Published: Oct 1, 1950

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