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Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Lactobacillus supplementation could significantly increase breast milk total antioxidant capacity and decrease breast milk malondialdehyde levels.

PMID:  Asia Pac J Clin Nutr. 2017;26(4):619-623. PMID: 28582810 Abstract Title:  Lactobacillus intake for 60 days favors antioxidant status of human breast milk: an RCT. Abstract:  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to evaluate the effects of lactobacillus supplementation on trends of breast milk antioxidant parameters.METHODS AND STUDY DESIGN: In an interventional study, 50 lactating women were randomly allocated to receive a daily supplement of lactobacillus (n=25) or a placebo (n=25) for 60 days. Daily dietary intake, anthropometric measures and breast milk antioxidant parameters were determined at the onset, and days 30 and 60 of the study. Repeated-measures ANOVA were performed to assess the change over time in the anthropometric and biochemical parameters between the two groups. The main effect of treatment was compared by using Bonferroni's procedure for CI adjustment. The significance level was set at p

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