While human milk is as old as human life itself, it remains a mystery in many ways and l
eaves us with many unanswered and often critical questions. How do mother's genetics and environmental exposures such as diet, stress or exercise impact milk production and composition? How, in turn, do milk components promote infant development and protect babies from disease? How do the effects of human milk early in life extend all the way through adulthood? And how does breastfeeding benefit not only the baby but also the mother?
At the Larsson-Rosenquist Foundation Mother-Milk-Infant Center of Research Excellence (LRF MoMI
CoRE), our mission is to answer these and many other important questions and to unravel the complexity of human milk for optimal maternal and infant health by promoting excellence, synergy and innovation in research, clinical practice and education.
We invite you to join us as, together, we redefine the paradigms surrounding mother and infant health as they relate to human milk.
Lars Bode, PhD - Center Director
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