Infant and child devlopment

Lutein has been shown to be a beneficial nutrient for infant eye development. It is present in breast milk and is therefore suggested to be included in infant formula.

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why floraglo® lutein?

Clinically proven safe for use in infant nutrition, FloraGLO® is the only lutein brand allowed for use ininfantformula.4  (US-FDAdesignated GRAS:Generally Recognizedas Safe)

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References:

  1. Sherry,C.L.,Oliver,J.S.,Renzi,L.M.& Marriage,B.J.LuteinSupplementationIncreasesBreastMilkandPlasmaLuteinConcentrationsinLactatingWomenandInfantPlasmaConcentrationsbutDoesNotAffect Other Carotenoids.J. Nutr.144, 1256–1263(2014).
  2. Lieblein-Boff,J.C.,Johnson,E.J.,Kennedy,A.D.,Lai,C.-S.&Kuchan,M.J.ExploratoryMetabolomicAnalysesRevealCompoundsCorrelatedwithLuteinConcentrationinFrontalCortex,Hippocampus,and Occipital Cortexof Human Infant Brain. PLOSONE 10,e0136904 (2015).
  3. Cheatham,C.&Sheppard,K.SynergisticEffectsofHumanMilkNutrientsintheSupportofInfantRecognitionMemory:AnObservationalStudy.Nutrients7,9079–9095(2015).
  4. U.S.Food&DrugAdministration,2004,GRASNoticeInventory,GRNNo.140,221and390.