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Mead Johnson Nutrition Company | Date: 2015-01-16

The present disclosure relates to milk-based nutritional compositions comprising lactoferrin and/or a prebiotic component, wherein, when combined, the lactoferrin and prebiotic component may exhibit additive or synergistic beneficial effects on the health and development of a pediatric subject. The disclosure further relates to methods comprising the administration of said milk-based nutritional compositions to pediatric subjects.


Patent
Mead Johnson Nutrition Company | Date: 2015-05-28

The present disclosure relates to nutritional composition(s) containing a protein equivalent source which includes a rice protein hydrolysate, and an octenyl succinic anhydride (OSA) modified starch emulsifier. The disclosure also relates to method(s) of producing rice protein hydrolysate, the method(s) including suspending rice protein in a solution to form a suspension; heating the suspension; cooling the heated suspension; adding an endoprotease to the suspension to hydrolyze the rice protein into at least two supernatant fractions; inactivating the endoprotease; separating an insoluble portion of the suspension from the at least two supernatant fractions; collecting the at least two supernatant fractions; and combining the at least two supernatant fractions.


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Mead Johnson Nutrition Company | Date: 2015-07-10

A method for enhancing cognitive development in a pediatric subject involving administering to the subject a nutritional composition which includes up to 7 g/100 Kcal of a fat or lipid; up to 5 g/100 Kcal of a protein or protein equivalent source; 0.06 g/100 Kcal to 1.5 g/100 Kcal of an enriched milk product; 5 mg/100 Kcal to 90 mg/100 Kcal of a source of long chain polyunsaturated fatty acid; and 0.015 g/100 Kcal to 1.5 g/100 Kcal of a prebiotic.


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Mead Johnson Nutrition Company | Date: 2015-10-14

A method for enhancing cognitive development in a pediatric subject involving administering to the subject a nutritional composition which includes up to 7 g/100 Kcal of a fat or lipid; up to 5 g/100 Kcal of a protein or protein equivalent source; 0.25 g/100 Kcal to 16 g/100 Kcal of buttermilk; 5 mg/100 Kcal to 90 mg/100 Kcal of a source of long chain polyunsaturated fatty acid; and 0.015 g/100 Kcal to 1.5 g/100 Kcal of a prebiotic.


The present disclosure provides a composition and method for promoting functional neuronal development in pediatric subjects. The composition comprises in some embodiments up to about 7 g/100 Kcal of a fat or lipid source; up to about 5 g/100 Kcal of a protein source; about 3 mg/100 Kcal to about 50 mg/100 Kcal of phosphatidylethanolamine; about 0.15 mg/100 Kcal to about 75 mg/100 Kcal of sphingomyelin; and about 5 mg/100 Kcal to about 75 mg/100 Kcal of docosahexaenoic acid. The methods comprise, in some embodiments, administering the aforementioned composition to a pediatric subject.


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Mead Johnson Nutrition Company | Date: 2015-07-23

A method for modulating a kinase by administering to a subject a nutritional composition comprising extensively hydrolyzed casein, extensively hydrolyzed casein fractions, or combinations thereof. A modulated kinase may be a kinase that regulates inflammatory signaling, immune tolerance, metabolic signaling, cell cycle and growth factor signaling. The nutritional composition may dose-dependently inhibit a range of serine, threonine and tyrosine kinases.


Patent
Mead Johnson Nutrition Company | Date: 2015-08-23

Compositions for and methods of increasing the number of neutrophils in a pediatric subject and stimulating the immune system of a pediatric subject.


Patent
Mead Johnson Nutrition Company | Date: 2015-06-02

Disclosed are nutritional compositions for pediatric subjects, such as childrens nutritional products and infant formulas, which include a protein or protein equivalent source, a fat, a carbohydrate, and a spore-forming probiotic.


Patent
Mead Johnson Nutrition Company | Date: 2015-06-03

A method for enhancing neurological health and development in a subject involving administering to the subject a nutritional composition including no greater than about 7 g/100 kcal of a fat or lipid source; no greater than about 7 g/100 kcal of a protein or protein equivalent source; at least about 5 g/100 kcal of a carbohydrate; and at least about 9 mg/100 kcal of inositol, wherein the ratio of exogenous inositol to inherent inositol is at least 50:50.


Patent
Mead Johnson Nutrition Company | Date: 2015-09-03

The present invention relates to a method of improving tolerance to hypoallergenic infant formulas. The method comprises neutralizing the pH of infant formulas containing ingredients exhibiting fishy, sour, or beany characteristics.

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