Study: No type 1 diabetes protection from hydrolized infant formula

06/11/2014 | Medical News Today

High-risk babies who were fed hydrolyzed formula were no less likely to develop type 1 diabetes compared with those who used conventional infant formula, a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association showed. The findings suggest that "the kind of formula the baby drinks doesn't affect the inflammatory changes going on in the pancreas," lead investigator Dr. Dorothy Becker said.

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