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Jean, yes, She knows her stuff; very well-known in So CA where I've been
much of my career (unfortunately not in her NICU!) Tina

On Sunday, August 25, 2013, Nancy E. Wight MD, IBCLC, FABM, FAAP wrote:

> I would trust the NICU or Peds RD and their calculations as to nutrient
> needs.  The usual limiting nutrient is protein, not calories, so hindmilk
> usually doesn't work alone.  If the infant appears unsettled, perhaps an
> elemental formula or protein-only supplement would be tolerated better.  Of
> course, human milk should always be the foundation of any nutrition.
>
> Nancy
> Nancy E. Wight MD, IBCLC, FABM, FAAP
> Neonatologist, San  Diego Neonatology, Inc.
> Medical Director, Sharp HealthCare Lactation  Services
> Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women and  Newborns
>
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