High amino acid levels in baby formula may prevent overfeeding

04/1/2012 | Reuters

Babies who were given cow's-milk formula with added amino acid glutamate or hydrolyzed formula consumed less of it than did those who drank regular cow's-milk formula, according to a study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Researchers said that glutamate may trigger a body response that tells babies they have consumed enough.

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