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Введение прикорма как мера профилактики избыточного веса и ожирения у детей с позиций концепции «первых 1000 дней»

https://doi.org/10.15690/vsp.v19i3.2118

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Статья содержит анализ оптимальных схем введения прикорма младенцам с позиции концепции «первых 1000 дней» и возможности профилактики отсроченных нарушений жирового обмена. Отмечена связь раннего введения прикорма (в возрасте до 4 мес) с риском развития ожирения преимущественно в социально неблагополучных семьях при преж девременном прекращении грудного вскармливания. При введении прикорма в возрасте 5–6 мес и сохранении грудного вскармливания риск развития метаболических расстройств минимален. Обсуждаются темпы и порядок введения прикорма по формуле «питание под управлением ребенка». Особое внимание уделено избыточному содержанию сахара в дополнительном питании младенца как фактору, связанному с развитием ожирения у детей и подростков.

Об авторах

И. А. Беляева
Российский национальный исследовательский медицинский университет им. Н.И. Пирогова; Морозовская детская городская клиническая больница
Россия

Беляева Ирина Анатольевна, доктор медицинских наук, профессор кафедры факультетской педиатрии Педиатрического факультета, профессор РАН, руководитель неонатальной службы Морозовской ДГКБ

117997, Москва, ул. Островитянова, д. 1



Л. С. Намазова-Баранова
Российский национальный исследовательский медицинский университет им. Н.И. Пирогова; Центральная клиническая больница РАН
Россия
117997, Москва, ул. Островитянова, д. 1


Т. В. Турти
Российский национальный исследовательский медицинский университет им. Н.И. Пирогова; Центральная клиническая больница РАН
Россия
117997, Москва, ул. Островитянова, д. 1


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Беляева И.А., Намазова-Баранова Л.С., Турти Т.В. Введение прикорма как мера профилактики избыточного веса и ожирения у детей с позиций концепции «первых 1000 дней». Вопросы современной педиатрии. 2020;19(3):220-227. https://doi.org/10.15690/vsp.v19i3.2118

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Belyaeva I.A., Namazova-Baranova L.S., Turti T.V. Supplemental Feeding as Preventive Measure for Overweight and Obesity in Children With Regard to the Concept of First 1000 Days. Current Pediatrics. 2020;19(3):220-227. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.15690/vsp.v19i3.2118

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