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Supplementing human milk with a donkey or bovine milk derived fortifier: Consequences on proteolysis, lipolysis and particle structure under in vitro dynamic digestion

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Olivia Ménard
Gwénaële Henry
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Didier Dupont

Abstract

Fortification of human milk (HM) is often necessary to meet the nutritional requirements of preterm infants. This study sought to establish whether HM supplemented with an experimental donkey milk-derived fortifier (DMF) or a commercial bovine milk-derived fortifier (BMF) affected digestion, using an in vitro dynamic system at the preterm stage. Particle size in gastric phase was higher in DMF than in BMF, due to protein aggregates surrounding lipid globules. Before digestion, BMF, with its extensively hydrolysed proteins, had a higher degree of proteolysis (30%) than DMF (11%), which contained intact proteins. After digestion, this difference was reduced concomitantly to a similar net degree of proteolysis (33%). DMF, with a higher proportion of ω3, resulted in a lower ω6/ω3 free PUFA ratio than BMF throughout digestion, although the final degree of lipolysis was similar (54%). In summary, DMF could represent a better source of proteins and lipids for the preterm infant.
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hal-03714084 , version 1 (05-07-2022)

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Stefano Nebbia, Amélie Deglaire, Olivia Ménard, Gwénaële Henry, Elettra Barberis, et al.. Supplementing human milk with a donkey or bovine milk derived fortifier: Consequences on proteolysis, lipolysis and particle structure under in vitro dynamic digestion. Food Chemistry, 2022, 395, pp.133579. ⟨10.1016/j.foodchem.2022.133579⟩. ⟨hal-03714084⟩
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