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Talking peptide-based tube feeds: A conversation on research, outcomes, and reflections of a new UK clinical trial

The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals and is brought to you by Nutricia.

In this episode, Dr Ben Green, Medical Affairs Research Manager at Nutricia, and Lisa Green, a Clinical Lead Community Dietitian in Halifax, discuss the role and benefits of peptide-based enteral feeding. Ben and Lisa cover some detailed background on the importance of enteral feeding, and also take a closer look at the results from a new clinical trial that highlights some benefits of using peptide-based tube feeds, rather than their standard-based polymeric counterparts. Click here to access the full paper.

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