Food ration suitable for baby alimentation

FIELD: food industry.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to production of non-perishable foods intended for baby alimentation. The alimentation method using non-perishable foods involves determination of energy demands of a specific baby with the said energy demands based on at least the said baby's age and physical activity level. Further on, the method involves joining at least two components of the daily food selected based on the requirements to the daily food components, one selecting a food which is or is not a full-ration food. The daily food components selection and joining optimise the said baby's nutrition demands so that the daily food components are combined according to content of fat, non-saturated fats, sodium and cholesterol. The optimum total daily nutrition profile for each food includes approximately 41 g of fat, approximately 12 g of a non-saturated fat, approximately 1500 mg of sodium, approximately 300 mg of cholesterol. Combination of at least two of the said components of the daily food provides a calorie content close to the value indicated in the said baby's food energy demand.

EFFECT: invention enables optimisation of the baby's nutrition demands from birth up to 5 years under daily feeding regime.

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The technical field to which the invention relates.

The present invention mainly applies to long-life products intended for feeding toddlers with a nutrient profile that meets the dietary needs of the child.

The level of technology

As you know, good nutrition in childhood can provide the Foundation for good health throughout the life of a person or of an individual and can also assist in preventing the development of diseases. There are six categories of nutrients that the human body must obtain from food, namely proteins, carbohydrates, fats, fiber, vitamins and minerals and water. The Ministry of agriculture of the USA recommends that 55% of the calories consumed by children aged two years or older, was in the form of carbohydrates, 30% should be from fat and 15% from proteins. In addition, consumption of saturated fats should not exceed 10% of the total consumption of calories. Accordingly, parents should carefully monitor the diet of their children, avoiding high levels of fat (should be 30% of calories), cholesterol, sugar and salt, as well as to ensure adequate intake of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. In addition, useful for health the rd diet should contain less than 300 mg of cholesterol, less than 65g total fat less than 20 g of saturated fat and less than 2,400 mg of sodium.

With the enactment in 1993 of the Law on food labelling (Nutrition Labeling and Education Act, NLEA), on the basis of existing dietary recommendations, there were doubts about the feasibility of spreading norms of daily consumption (DV) fat, cholesterol, saturated fat and sodium for children under the age of four. Because there is no DV for nutrients, but there is DV for vitamins and mineral substances, products labeled for children under two years of age, limited only by the fact that they should be a good source of vitamins and minerals. Cm. 21 C.F.R. (Code of Federal regulations U.S.) §101.

These past since the adoption of the NLEA almost sixteen years has dramatically increased the prevalence of childhood obesity. Indeed, in the published Gerber Products Company study entitled "Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study (Feeding babies and toddlers"), 2002, found that the trend toward the development of unhealthy food preferences in adult finds its continuation in the diets of infants and toddlers. An example of unhealthy eating habits in toddlers is that approximately twenty-five percent of toddlers in day did not eat a single fruit and and vegetable. Sweetened drinks and sweets are also on this day was part of the daily food ration of twenty-five percent of children. These alarming diet trends, in combination with existing in this sector imperfections legislation leave producers are unable to clearly convey information about nutritional benefit to persons caring for children.

Therefore, despite the abundance of available through the Internet and other means of communication of information about the care and feeding of infants and toddlers, there remains a need for an improved method, instructing the caregiver in terms of ensuring that children get the best nutrition.

The invention

The present invention provides a number of daily feeding regimes children, containing the proposed combination of food products derived from a number of food products that are optimal from the point of view of satisfying the food needs of the child nutrition profile, in which, in particular, can be combined in two or more food product from this range to ensure nutrient profile that is optimal from the point of view of satisfying the food needs of the child.

In one embodiment of the present invention provides a method for power using the products of long-term storage is ment to optimize the nutritional needs of children from birth to 5 years, which includes (1) establishing the energy needs of the child and (2) combining at least two components of the product everyday meals, selected on the basis of the recommendations for the components of daily food. Energy needs are based on age and level of physical activity of the child. Product features daily meals, each of which has a corresponding data requirements nutritional profile, selected from the group of fats, saturated fats, sodium and cholesterol according to their quantitative content. The combination of at least two components of the product daily diet gives the calorific value close to the energy consumption of a child with food. In addition, the selection and Association of components of the product daily meals in accordance with the ideas of the present invention optimize the nutritional needs of the child.

The child is benefiting from the improvements of the present invention, can be aged up to about five years, between the ages of one and five years old or between the ages of one and four years.

As mentioned, the combined components of the product everyday meals can include fat, saturated fat, sodium and cholesterol. Fat can be contained in the amount of at least about 41 g, n is Semenovo fat may be at least about 12 g, sodium may be at least about 1500 mg and cholesterol may be contained in amounts of at least about 300 mg. in Addition, the components of the product daily power when merging may also include fiber, the content of which may be at least about 16,

The step of combining the selected at least two of these components of the product everyday meals can include complete food product or food product that is not complete, with complete food product can include at least two food product that is not complete.

In other embodiments of the present invention also provides (1) a kit that allows the parent or caregiver to better optimize the nutritional needs of the child, and (2) persistent storage of the food product, which includes:

(a) recommendations for energy intake, the data recommendations for caloric provide the user with information about the energy needs of the child and the energy needs that are based at least on the age of the child; and

(b) recommendations on the components of the product daily nutritional recommendations for this component of the product everyday meals provide the user with the choice of components is s product everyday meals and combine at least two of the components of the product everyday food

the components of the product daily meals, each of which has a corresponding data requirements nutritional profile, is selected from the group consisting of fats, saturated fats, TRANS-isomeric fats, sodium, cholesterol, fiber and sugar, and

thus the combination of at least two components of the product everyday food has the calorific value close to the energy consumption of the child with food,

when this selection and Association of components of the product everyday meals optimize the nutritional needs of the child.

Next is a reference to a more detailed description of the embodiments of the invention, one or more examples of which are described below. All examples are provided in order to explain the invention, but not limit the invention. Specialists in this field it is obvious that, in reality, without deviation from the scope or substance of the invention in the present invention can be made of various modifications and changes. For example, the features illustrated or described as part of one embodiment can be used in another embodiment to produce another the next incarnation. Thus, it is envisaged that the present invention covers such modifications and changes which fall within the enclosed formula izobreteny is, and cash equivalents. Other objectives, features and objects of the present invention are disclosed or become apparent from the following further detailed description. The average person skilled in the art will understand that this explanation is merely a description of embodiments and is not intended to limit the objects of the present invention in all its breadth.

For the purposes of the present invention, the term "contain"and variations of the use of this term, such as "contains", "contains" and "contain" does not mean to exclude other additives, components, a whole or in stages.

Disclosure of inventions

The following detailed description presented in order to make possible the implementation and application of the present invention by any person skilled in the art. For explanatory purposes, in order to ensure full understanding of the present invention will clarify the use of special terminology. However, the person skilled in the art it is obvious that these specific details are not required to implement the invention. Descriptions of specific applications are provided solely as representative examples. Specialists in this field is the obvious possibility of various modifications of the data preferred embodiments, as defined here is bsie principles without deviation from the scope and merits of the present invention can be applied to other embodiments and applications. Illustrated embodiments are not intended to limit the present invention, the volume of which is so broad as corresponds to disclose here the principles and features of the invention.

It would be useful, first, to present the interpretation used in the present invention the terms, providing the basis for understanding the description of the advantages of this innovation and improving the understanding of its effect.

In this description when using the term "baby nursery" means children aged between one and five years.

"Child" refers to children aged up to one year, "complete food" refers to food that is intended to provide one nutritious balanced portions, for receiving a food product is not necessary in Association complete food with other food products.

Accordingly, "a product which is not a complete food" refers to food that do not meet the requirements to complete the food, but that is part of it, that is, by combining two or more products that are not full of food, they become relevant animal food.

The terminology is "the product of long-term storage" refers to the product which can safely be stored and offered for sale in a sealed container at room temperature, with a suitable length of storage component, for example, at least about 2 months, preferably longer.

"The normal daily intake" (DV), established by Management under the control over products and medicines of the USA (USFDA) for labeling of food products and diets, refers to the reference data, designed to help people get an idea of what should be their full daily nutritional needs, and which indicate the percentage of the recommended daily amount of each nutrient that provides this portion. Percentage DV (%DV) on the labels of food products originate from the consumption of calories, which for adults and children older than 4 years value of 2000. Depending on individual calorie needs each individual value of DV can be higher or lower. Shown here next to the norms of daily consumption are presented in the "Guide to food labeling" ("A food Labeling Guide") Center for food safety and applied nutrition Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition) USFDA, September 1994 (revised June 1999). DV C which changes the earlier designation of the regional development agencies (recommended dietary diets USA).

DV is composed of two data sets: DRV and RDI (recommended daily intake). DRV (reference value of daily consumption) are dietary reference data relating to fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, carbohydrates, proteins, fiber, sodium and potassium. RDI (recommended daily intake) are a set of nutritional data based on the data of the recommended dietary diets (regional development agencies) for essential vitamins and minerals and selected groups of proteins. RDA, as hereafter defined, is a set of data on diets as prescribed by the National Academy of Sciences. RDA are part of the DRI.

For macronutrients norms of daily consumption are as follows:

The macronutrients
NutrientThe daily consumption
Cholesterol<300 mg
Total carbohydrates300 g
Dietary fiber25 g
Proteins50 g
The total fat content <65 g
Saturated fat<20 g

For micronutrients, such as vitamins and minerals, daily consumption are as follows:

Vitamins
NutrientThe daily consumption
Vitamin C60 mg
Thiamine1.5 mg
Riboflavin1.7 mg
Niacin20 mg
Pantothenic acid10 mg
Vitamin b62 mg
Folate400 mcg
Vitamin b126 mcg
Vitamin A5,000 IU
Vitamin E30 ME
Vitamin K80 mcg

Minerals
NutrientThe daily consumption
Calcium1000 mg
Iodine150 mcg
Iron18 mg
Magnesium400 mg
Phosphorus1000 mg
Potassium3500 mg
Sodium<2400 mg
Zinc15 mg
Copper2 mg
Manganese2 mg
Selenium70 mg

"Recommended intake" (DRI) is a system related to nutrition recommendations, developed by the Institute of medicine (IOM) of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA. The DRI system was introduced in 1997 with the aim of expanding the guidelines RDA. While the DRI values currently in the labeling of food products are not used, an older figure who recommended daily intake (RDI) is still in use. There are four types of recommended DRI values, namely: the estimated average requirement (EAR), recommended dietary food intake (RDA), adequate intake (AI) and maximum tolerated intake (UL). The primary purpose of these new recommended consumption was not only in preventing the development of nutritional deficiencies, but also in reducing the risk of chronic diseases such as osteoporosis, cancer and cardiovascular disease. Additional information can be found in the publication of the Council on foods and nutrition of the Medical Institute of the National Academy of Sciences "Dietary Reference Intakes for Energy, Carbohydrate, Fiber, Fat, Fatty Acids, Cholesterol, Protein, and Amino Acids (Macronutrients)", 2005, or clicking on the link www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/DRI//DRI_Energy/energy_full_report.pdf. "Estimated average requirement" (EAR) refers to daily intake of nutrients, which is calculated in such a way as to meet the requirements of half the healthy individuals belonging to a certain age and gender group. EAR is used to assess the nutritional adequacy as the basis for RDA.

"Recommended dietary food intake (RDA)" refers to the average daily consumption level, which is sufficient to meet the nutritional needs of almost all (97 to 98%) healthy individuals, C is ASIC to a specific age and gender group. RDA for this nutrient may vary depending on a person's age, gender and physical condition (such as pregnancy).

"Adequate intake" (AI) refers to the recommended average daily consumption of nutrients based on observed or determined experimentally approximations or estimates of nutrient uptake by a group (or groups) obviously healthy people that are assumed to maintain adequate nutritional status.

"Maximum tolerated consumption" (UL) is the highest average daily consumption of nutrients that can not be compromised and not to have any adverse effects on the health of almost all individuals in a given age and gender group. UL is not a recommended level of consumption.

"The estimated energy requirement" (EER) relates to the average value of consumed food energy, which is calculated in such a way as to maintain energy balance in healthy individuals with normal body weight of a certain age, sex, weight, height and physical activity level corresponding to good health. In children and pregnant and lactating women, the EER includes the requirement with the provided growth or milk production, the rate which correspond to good health. Relative body weight (ie loss, constant condition, increment) is the preferred indicator of energy adequacy.

The DRI values as recommended consumption levels and UL for infants and toddlers in relation to vitamins and elements are available on the resources www.iom.edu and www.nap.edu. and here presented in the following summary tables, some of which due to their size are divided into two parts, but must be perceived as one.

The recommended intake (DRI): the recommended consumption of vitamins

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Age groupVitamin A (µg/day)Vitamin C (mg/day)Vitamin D (μg/day)Vitamin E (mg/day)Vitamin K (μg/day)Thiamin (mg/day)Riboflavin (mg/day)
Infants
0-6 months40040542,00,20,3
7-12 months50050552,50,30,4
Children
1-3 years3001556300,50,5
4-8 years4002557550,60,6

The recommended intake (DRI): recomendo the TES consumption of vitamins

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Age groupNiacin (mg/day)Vitamin B6(mg/day)Folate (μg/day)Vitamin b12(μg/day)Pantothenic acid (mg/day)Biotin (μg/day)Choline (mg/day)
Infants
0-6 months20,1650,41,75125
7-12 months40,3800,51,86150
Children
1-3 years60,51500,928200
4-8 years80,62001,2312250

The recommended intake (DRI): the recommended consumption

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Age groupCalcium (mg/day)Chromium (μg/day)Copper (mg/day)Fluoride (mg/day)Iodine (µg/day)Iron (mg/day)
Infants
0-6 months2200,22000,011100,27
7-12 months2705,52200,513011
Children
1-3 years500113400,7907
4-8 years8001544019010

The recommended intake (DRI): the recommended consumption

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Age groupMagnesium (mg/day)Manganese (mg/day)Molybdenum (μg/day)Phosphorus (mg/day)Selenium (μg/day)Zinc (mg/day)Potassium (g/day)Sodium (g/day)Chlorine (g/day)
Infants
0-6 months300,00321001520,40,120,18
7-12 months750,632752030,70,370,57
Children
1-3 years801,2174602033,01,01,5
4-8 years1301,522500305the 3.81,21,9

The recommended intake (DRI); the maximum tolerated consumption (UL), vitamins

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Age groupVitamin A (µg/day)Vitamin C (mg/day)Vitamin D (μg/day) Vitamin E (mg/day)Vitamin KThiamineRiboflavin
Infants
0-6 months600not found25not foundnot foundnot foundnot found
7-12 months600not found25not foundnot foundnot foundnot found
Children
1-3 years600400 50200not foundnot foundnot found
4-8 years90065050300not foundnot foundnot found

The recommended intake (DRI): the maximum tolerated consumption (UL), vitamins

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Age groupNiacin (mg/day)Vitamin b (mg/day)Folate (μg/day)Vitamin b12Pantote new acidBiotinCholine (g/day)Carotenoids
Infants
0-6 monthsnot foundnot foundnot foundnot foundnot foundnot foundnot foundnot found
7-12 monthsnot foundnot foundnot foundnot foundnot foundnot foundnot foundnot found
Children
1-3 years1030300not foundnot foundnot found1,0not detect what about the
4-8 years1540400not foundnot foundnot found1,0not found

The recommended intake (DRI): the maximum tolerated consumption (UL), elements

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The recommended intake (DRI): the maximum tolerated consumption (UL), elements

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The recommended intake (DRI): the valid ranges of the distribution of macronutrients

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MacronutrientRange (percentage of supplying energy to birds)
Children 1-3 yearsChildren 4-18 yearsAdults
Fats30-40 25-3520-35
n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid (linoleic acid)5-105-105-10
n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (α-linolenic acid)0,6-1,20,6-1,20,6-1,2
Carbohydrates45-6545-6545-65
Proteins5-2010-3010-35

The recommended intake (DRI): the recommended consumption, macronutrients

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Age groupTotal water (l/day)Carbohydrates (g/ day)Total fiber (g/day)Fats (g/day)Linoleic acid (g/day)α-Linolenic acid (g/day)Protein (g/day)
Infants
0-6 months0,760not found314,40,59,1
7-12 months0,895not found304,60,511,0
Children
1-3 years1,313019not found70,713
4-8 years1,713025not found 100,919

The recommended intake (DRI): the maximum tolerated consumption (UL), elements

The Council on foods and nutrition of the Institute of medicine of the National Academy - part 1

Age groupCho (g/day)Protein (g/day)Vitamin a (μg/day)Vitamin C (mg/day)Vitamin E (mg/day)Thiamin (mg/day)Riboflavin (mg/day)Niacin (mg/day)Vitamin b6(mg/day)Folate (μg/day)
Infants
7-12 months9
Children
1-3 years100112101350,40,450,4120
4-8 years100152752260,50,560,5100

The recommended intake (DRI): the maximum tolerated consumption (UL), elements

The Council on foods and nutrition of the Institute of medicine of the National Academy - part 2

Age groupVitamin b12(μg/day)Copper (μg/day)Iodine (µg/day)Iron (mg/day)Magnesium (mg/day)Molybdenum (μg/day)Phosphorus (mg/day)Selenium (μg/day)Zinc (mg/day)
Infants
7-12 months6,92,5
Children
1-3 years0,7260653,06513380172,5
4-8 years1,0340654,111017405234,0

Having in mind the above guidelines in relation to supply and many of the problems associated with the nutrient needs of children, the applicant has provided improvements of the present invention. The present invention provides a number of daily feeding regimes children, containing the proposed combination of food products derived from a number of food products for children with optimal from the point of view of satisfying the food needs of the child nutrition profile. Two or more food product from this series can be combined for optimal profile from the point of view of satisfying the food needs of the child.

The age of the children comes to five years, preferably age sostav the et between one and five years and most preferably is in the range from one year to four years.

The optimal total daily nutrient profile for each of the food products is determined by the first evaluation and the establishment of calorie needs in the population represented by children, because a calorie is the basis for requirements and other macronutrients. Using calories as a basis determined missing to the norms of daily consumption values in fat, saturated fat, TRANS-isomeric fats, sodium, cholesterol, fiber and sugar. Then the nutrient profile is further specified for individual foods and dishes for easy care and leading to the creation of methods of feeding children.

Calories

The first required parameter is the growth and development of the child nursery is energy. To maintain the proper growth and development of important energy balance, which depends on consumption and energy expenditure. Used by the Institute of medicine index expected energy requirements (EER) is the average daily energy consumption, calculated in such a way as to maintain energy balance in a healthy adult individuals, and is determined by their age, sex, weight, height and level of physical activity. Figure EER for toddlers includes the energy needs of the devices of their growth and development during this period of time. This EER assumes the existence of individual variability. However, the IOM for none of the groups did not set the values of RDA or UL calories, because it is assumed that any consumption in excess of EER, will lead to an increase in mass.

The table below shows the caloric needs of different age groups of children, which, as you can see, vary considerably depending on age and gender.

Group12-24 months24-36 months36-48 months36-48 months36-48 months
All levels activitySedentaryThe average level of activityVery active
EER-girls768-997997-1080108013951649
EER-boys844-10501050-116211621485 1683
AHA-girls9001000100012001400
AHA-boys9001000100012001400
MyPyramid-girls1000100012001400
MyPyramid-boys1000120014001400

Given the above figures, may be offered some guidelines to simplify the calculations and to facilitate the application of these numbers.

The rate of caloric intake for toddlers: 1050 (1000).

The average EER for girls and boys at the age of 24 months = 1024.

The average EER for girls and boys at the age of 36 months = 1121.

The average EER for age between 24 and 36 months = 1072.

Rounded average standards of calories according to EER, American Association is of cardiology (AHA) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) for girls and boys aged 12-24 months = 900.

Standards calorie AHA/AAP for girls and boys aged 36-48 months with an average activity level = 1200.

Average calories for ages between 12 and 48 months = 1050.

The rate of caloric intake for toddlers = 1000.

Fats

When considered in relation to toddlers such other essential dietary component perspective, as the total oil content was calculated based on the average for established AHA and AAP ranges for ages 12-48 months, without rounding amounts in the lower side, because toddlers require fat in their diet.

Applicants have found that the optimal total daily nutrient profile for each of the food products containing about 41 g fat, 300 mg cholesterol, 12 g of saturated fat and about 1,500 mg of sodium is the preferred guide approach in the implementation of the principles of the present invention. The optimal total daily nutrient profile contains, in addition, about 16 grams of fiber.

Example

Applicants summarized concerning the present invention, the data and presented them in the table below in the form of model diet regime with breaking parts.

Example

Daily standards for baby nurseryIndividual food productsFood/Main dishes
Nutrient
Calories1050 kcal90-130 (260 kcal/day/2=130 and 260/3=90)180 (25% of the 1050-milk)
Fats41 g (35%)4G (10% of daily rate)6-7 g (30-35% from 180 kcal)
Saturated fat12 g (10%)1 g (10% of daily rate)2 g (10% of 180 kcal) (food 25% kcal milk)

Sodium1500 mg (AAR/ANA DRI UL)225 mg (15% of 1500)380 mg (396-2/3 adults : 600 mg/SS; 375-25% of 1500)
Cholesterol300 mg40 mg (300×2/3×20%)60 mg (20% of 300 mg)
TRANS-Isomeric fats <2% kcal
Added sugar30 g (12% kcal)5 g7 g
Fiber, protein, vitamins A and C, calcium, iron, vitamin E, potassiumFiber 16 g (2/3 adults 25 g), DV, other10% of daily allowance10% of daily rate for 2 main meals and 3 for food.
Whole grains, dairy products, fruits, vegetables, omega-3 oil2 g of whole grains, nutrients 1 oz yogurt, 1/4-1/3 Cup fruit/vegetables, 10% of the DRI for omega-3 oils8 g of whole grains, nutrients 1 oz yogurt, 1/4-1/3 Cup fruit/vegetables, 10% of the DRI for omega-3 oils

As described above, the feeding regimes contain complete food or a number of products, which is not a complete food. Animal foods contain two or more products that are not complete products, the combination of which meets the dietary needs of a child's nursery. When applied to the parent or caregiver should check with the rules is treblenija calories and recommendations on the components of the product everyday power to determine the child's diet. It should be understood that an improved paradigm of the present invention facilitates proper care and feeding of the child through better management of diversity nutritional needs of the child, allowing weary parent or caregiver to better cope with this stress and reduce anxiety. By means of colour marking and other visually distinguishable characteristics of foods from different groups can be made in dish or his portion, and to further simplify the method of servings of food groups can be, for example, in the above-mentioned containers coated with color coded, showing, for example, indicators of calories and the group of food product, providing greater flexibility in mixing and matching products. In addition, to simplify the generation of a complete daily diet of the child may apply a combination of a certain color and/or shape, while ensuring the achievement of the rounded values of the introduction of healthy nutrients.

For the purposes of the present invention, the term "about" should generally be understood as referring to both numbers in this numeric range. In addition, all numerical ranges here should be understood as including each integer within the range is. Also in this application, the term "about" is used to emphasize that a value includes the standard deviation of the error of the method or device used to determine this value.

The use in the claims of the notion "or" implies the meaning of "and/or"unless explicitly indicated that it applies only to options, or if the alternatives are mutually exclusive, although the disclosure supports a definition that refers to only alternatives and "and/or".

The term used in the singular, is also used to denote the plural.

It should be understood that the invention is not limited to the specific methods described here. Accordingly, all expedient modifications readily attainable by the average person skilled in the art based on the foregoing disclosure here or on the basis of standard tests are considered covered by the scope and spirit of this invention defined in accordance with the attached claims.

1. The way food products for long term storage, designed to optimize the nutritional needs of the child from birth up to 5 years for the daily feeding regime, including:
establishing energy needs specified the CSOs child, these energy requirements are based at least on the specified age of the child and the level of physical activity;
combining at least two components of the product everyday meals, selected on the basis of the requirements for the components of the product everyday food, which choose a product, not a complete food product, or the product of complete power,
when this selection and Association of components of the product everyday meals optimize the nutritional needs of the specified child in such a way that the components of the product everyday food combined according to the requirements on the content of fat, saturated fat, sodium and cholesterol, where the optimal total daily nutrient profile for each of the products is about
41 g fat, 12 g saturated fat, about 1500 mg of sodium, 300 mg cholesterol,
thus the combination of at least two of these components product daily diet gives the calorific value close to the value of the specified energy requirements of the specified child in food.

2. The method according to claim 1, in which the child has age preferably between one and five years, or between one and four years.

3. The method according to claim 1, in which the combined components of the product everyday is about power include fiber.

4. The method according to claim 3, in which the fiber content is about 16 year

5. The method according to claim 1, wherein said animal food product includes at least two products that are not full of food.

6. The method according to any of the preceding paragraphs in which the product of long-term storage use a variety of colors and configurations to indicate recommendations for caloric recommendations/requirements for the components of the product everyday meals and components of the product in daily diet.



 

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FIELD: food industry.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to a composition for alimentation of babies with low, very low or extremely low body weight at birth as well we for alimentation of premature babies. The composition includes 100-200 mg of threonine per 100 kcal, 5-15 wt % of palmitic acid of the total fatty acids content and prebiotic oligosaccharides capable to reduce pH in the digestive tract (DT). Additionally the composition contains 2 - 25 wt % of medium-chain fatty acids of the total fatty acids content. The composition may contain an undigestible oligosaccharide represented by galactose.

EFFECT: invention allows to enhance oral tolerance, reduce duration of food transit through DT, increase bowels movement periodicity, stimulate the immune system, accelerate initiation of complete enteroalimentation of babies born before 37 pregnancy weeks and/or babies with weight at birth less than 2500 g.

10 cl, 2 tbl, 3 ex

FIELD: food industry.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to prevention of baby adiposity at a later stage of one's life. One proposes application of a specified composition in alimentation of a baby not suffering from adiposity at an age of no less than 36 months. The composition contains a lipid component, a protein component and a component consisting of digestible carbohydrates. The lipid component includes: linoleic acid (LA) and alfa-linolenic acid (ALA), the weight ratio of LA/ALA being 2 - 7; less than 14.5 wt % of LA in conversion to total weight of fatty acids; 2 wt % - 10 wt % of ALA in conversion to total weight of fatty acids, 0.02 - 0.8 wt % of n-6 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LC-PUFA) in conversion to total weight of fatty acids and 0.2 wt % - 15 wt % of n-3 LC-PUFA in conversion to total weight of fatty acids. The weight ratio of n-6 LC-PUFA to n-3 LC-PUFA is 1.5.

EFFECT: invention allows to prevent occurrence of adiposity at a later stage of one's life.

14 cl, 5 tbl, 4 ex

FIELD: food industry.

SUBSTANCE: method of oligasaccharide mixture production from animal milk which has the same range of oligasaccharides as milk it was produced from includes the following stages: (a) concentration of deproteines milk material to the total content of dry substance from 50 to 75% given the condition that temperature shall not rise to the level at which hydrolisis or sialic acid reduction take place; (b) concentrated milk is subject to partial lactose removal and preparation of solution with lactose: oligasaccharide ratio less than 250, and (c) demineralization of milk material - at this the stage of demineralization is conducted either before concentration stage or after lactose removal. Also invention refers to the mixture of oligasaccharides recieved this way from animal milk and food products containing the mentioned mixture of oligasaccharides.

EFFECT: receipt of mixture of oligasaccharides.

18 cl, 2 tbl, 3 ex

FIELD: medicine.

SUBSTANCE: invention is referred to the area of medicine, namely to hematology, endocrinology and cardiology and can be used for decease of spontaneous RBC aggregation in patients with abdominal obesity. To do that the metformin infusion are performed with the background of hypocaloric diet and dosed static and dynamic physical exercises. Physical exercises include morning hygiene gymnastics, therapeutic gymnastics, single physical exercises during the day, daily swimming for no less than 30 minutes a day in the middle of the day. Metformin is given in the dose 500 mg twice a day. The treatment shall be performed for 1 month.

EFFECT: method provides for normalization of spontaneous RBC aggregation within 1 month, bringing it down on the level close to that in healthy people and thus decreasing the risk of thrombotic complications in patients with abdominal obesity.

2 ex, 1 dwg

FIELD: food industry.

SUBSTANCE: this invention covers food for 0-36 month aged infants. A composition comprising free amino acids as a single source of protein, source of fat acids comprising long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPUFA), source of carbonhydrates comprising assimilable and non-assimilable carbonhydrates and bifidus bacteria was proposed for treatment of the patients suffering from tormina, astriction, snivel, sniffle, vomit, diarrhea, feces cruentae, mucus in defecation, spots, eczema, gastroesophageal reflux, eosinophilic esophagitis or asthma, allergy for cow milk and/or intolerance to dietary protein, and/or infections. Herewith, non-assimilable carbonhydrates are chosen from milk protein-free source, and bifidus bacteria are dietary protein-free, and the whole composition is essentially intact protein-free. Besides, assimilable carbonhydrate component contains less than 2 mass percent of lactose from overall assimilable carbonhydrates. Fat component includes 0.1-5 mass percent of LCPUFA from overall fat acids content. As an alternative, this composition is applied for stimulation of immune system maturation of the infants suffering from atopic diseases.

EFFECT: improvement of infant health without risks of adverse allergic reaction.

25 cl, 2 dwg, 3 tbl, 1 ex

FIELD: medicine.

SUBSTANCE: invention refers to medicine, namely to gynaecology, and can be used for treating hyperplastic endometrial processes in patients with metabolic syndrome. A method involves enzyme immunoassay of blood serum to determine a progesterone level, and if its concentration is 8.0 nmol/l and higher, metabolic therapy including administration of methphormin 1000 mg × 2 times a day, hypo-calorie diet with calorage limited to 1500 kcal a day and increased physical activity in the form of intensive walking. The progesterone concentration lower than 8.0 nmol/l requires additionally another enzyme immunoassay of blood serum to evaluate a leptin level, and if its value is lower than 57.18 ng/ml, the metabolic therapy described above is prescribed. If the leptin level exceeds 57.18 ng/ml, the patients require a combined metabolic and hormonal therapy consisting in administration of methphormin 1000 mg × 2 times a day, dufaston 10 mg × 2 times a day starting with the 16th for 25th day of a menstrual cycle, hypo-calorie diet with calorage limited to 1500 kcal a day and graduated physical activity in the form of walking starting with 10 minutes to be gradually increased to 40 minutes in day.

EFFECT: method allows preserving the reproductive function.

1 dwg, 3 ex

FIELD: medicine.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to feeding of newborn babies delivered by Caesarian section. Claimed is change of composition which contains long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid and, at least, one substance, selected from group, consisting of (a) nucleotide and (b) nucleotide precursor, selected from group consisting of nucleotides, purine bases, pyridine bases, ribose and deoxyribose for obtaining composition for introduction to newborn baby delivered by Caesarian section, for treatment and/or prevention of infection, diarrhea, intestine phlegmon, allergy, atopic eczema, asthma, allergic rhinitis and/or allergic conjunctivitis. Composition can also be used to improve intestinal maturation, reduction of intestinal permeability and/or for treatment of disorders associated with intestinal barrier, in newborn baby delivered by Caesarian section. Introduced to newborn baby composition is not human breast milk.

EFFECT: invention makes it possible to improve intestinal flora of newborn babies, delivered by Caesarian section.

12 cl, 5 tbl, 6 ex

FIELD: food industry.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to a non-allergenic food product. The food product includes an amino acid fraction containing at least one component chosen from the group consisting of amino acids and peptides with a degree of polymerisation 7 or less, and a lipid fraction containing at least one fatty acid chosen from the group consisting of arachidonic acid and docosahexanoic acid. The composition content of protein and other peptides with molecular weight 1000 daltons or more (in relation to dry weight) is less than 0.01 wt %, preferably - no less than 0.001 wt %, more preferably - no less than 0.0001 wt %. The food product is used for allergy diagnostics.

EFFECT: invention allows to produce a product which does not impart allergic reactions and is able to attenuate intensity of the patients' allergic reactions.

7 cl, 4 ex

FIELD: food-processing industry, in particular, production of gerodietary food.

SUBSTANCE: method involves preparing and mixing cabbage, tomato, onion, carrot and edible salt; packing resultant mixture; while mixing said components, additionally introducing fermentolysate of fish processing wastes and acidic hydrolisate of fish processing wastes, soya texturizer, flour of bean, sorghum groats, CO2-extract of dill and celery, rape-seed oil, and preparation produced from Mortierella lignicola microorganism biomass by sequential extraction with the use of non-polar extractant in above-critical state, water, alkaline, water, acid, water, alkaline, and water, with following joining of first extract with solid residue. Components are used in dried state and at predetermined ratio.

EFFECT: wider range of gerodietary products.

FIELD: food-processing industry.

SUBSTANCE: method involves mixing dried fermentolysate of fish farce, cabbage, tomato, flour of bean, onion, carrot, sorghum groats, edible salt, CO2-extracts of dill and celery, preparation produced from Mortierella dichotoma micromycet biomass by predetermined process, and rape-seed oil; packing mixture.

EFFECT: increased content of poly-unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins and nutritive substances in gerodietary product in accessible form.

FIELD: food-processing industry.

SUBSTANCE: method involves mixing dried fermentolysate and acidic hydrolisate of fish processing wastes, soya texturizer, cabbage, tomato, flour of bean, onion, carrot, sorghum groats, edible salt, CO2-extracts of dill and celery, rape-seed oil, and preparation produced from Mortierella parvispora microorganism biomass by predetermined process; packing mixture.

EFFECT: improved quality of gerodietary product and increased content of nutritive substances in easily assimilated form.

FIELD: food-processing industry.

SUBSTANCE: method involves mixing dried fermentolysate and acidic hydrolisate of fish processing wastes, soya texturizer, cabbage, tomato, flour of bean, onion, carrot, sorghum groats, edible salt, CO2-extracts of dill and celery, rape-seed oil, and preparation produced from Mortierella indohii microorganism biomass by predetermined process; packing mixture.

EFFECT: improved quality of gerodietary product and increased content of nutritive substances in easily assimilated form.

FIELD: food-processing industry.

SUBSTANCE: method involves mixing dried fermentolysate and acidic hydrolisate of fish processing wastes, soya texturizer, cabbage, tomato, flour of bean, onion, carrot, sorghum groats, edible salt, CO2-extracts of dill and celery, rape-seed oil, and preparation produced from Mortierella pulchella microorganism biomass by predetermined process; packing mixture.

EFFECT: improved quality of gerodietary product and increased content of nutritive substances in easily assimilated form.

FIELD: food-processing industry.

SUBSTANCE: method involves mixing dried fermentolysate and acidic hydrolisate of fish processing wastes, soya texturizer, cabbage, tomato, flour of bean, onion, carrot, sorghum groats, edible salt, CO2-extracts of dill and celery, rape-seed oil, and preparation produced from Mortierella globalpina microorganism biomass by predetermined process; packing mixture.

EFFECT: improved quality of gerodietary product and increased content of nutritive substances in easily assimilated form.

FIELD: biotechnology, food and medicinal industry, microbiology.

SUBSTANCE: the strain Bifidobacterium longum 379-IN is obtained by selection without using methods of genetic modification of the strain Bifidobacterium longum B379M and distinct by ability to utilize insulin. The strain is deposited in GKNM GU "MNIIEM named for G. N. Gabrichevskiy Russia Ministry of Public Health" at № 172. The strain shows high technological effectiveness, accumulates biomass with substrates of vegetable origin and artificial nutrient media for short periods with concentration of bifidobacteria, it elicits acid-forming and antagonistic properties with respect to pathogenic and putrid microflora. This allows its using in manufacturing bacterial preparations, biologically active supplements for food, fermented-dairy and nonfermented-dairy foodstuffs, ferments, hygienic and cosmetic agents providing probiotic effect and normalization of microbiocenosis in human body, among them in gastroenteric and urogenital tracts, cutaneous and mucosa integuments. Invention can be used in manufacturing bacterial preparations, biologically active supplements for food, fermented-dairy and nonfermented-dairy foodstuffs, hygienic and cosmetic agents.

EFFECT: valuable properties of strain, expanded assortment of similar agents.

6 ex

FIELD: food-processing industry.

SUBSTANCE: method involves mixing dried fermentolysate and dried acid hydrolysate of fish processing wastes, soya texturizer, cabbage, tomato, bean flour, onion, carrot, sorghum groats, edible salt, CO2-extracts of dill and celery, rape oil and preparation of Pythium coloratum microorganism biomass produced by predetermined process; packing resultant mixture.

EFFECT: provision for obtaining of gerodietary food product with increased content of phosphor, calcium and nutritive substances in accessible form.

FIELD: food-processing industry.

SUBSTANCE: method involves mixing dried fish farce, cabbage, tomato, bean flour, onion, carrot, sorghum groats, ground pike pyloric appendages, edible salt, CO2-extracts of dill and celery, rape oil and preparation produced from Mortierella alpina micromycet biomass by predetermined process; packing resultant mixture.

EFFECT: provision for obtaining of gerodietary food product with increased content of polyunsaturated fatty acids, vitamins, and nutritive substances in accessible form.

FIELD: food-processing industry.

SUBSTANCE: method involves preparing and mixing cabbage, tomato, onion, carrot and edible salt; while mixing, additionally introducing fermentolysate of fish processing wastes, acid hydrolysate of fish processing wastes, soya texturizer, bean flour, sorghum groats, CO2-extract of dill and celery, rape-seed oil and specific preparation; packing resultant mixture. Specific preparation is produced from Mortierella gamsii micromycet biomass by sequentially extracting thereof with the use of non-polar extractant in above-critical state, water, alkaline, water, acid, water, alkaline, and water, with following joining of first extract with solid residue. Components are used in dried state and are added in predetermined amounts.

EFFECT: wider range of gerodietary products.

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