Breastfeeding is best for your baby and provides many benefits.

Breastfeeding is best for babies and provides many benefits. It is important that, in preparation for and during breastfeeding, you eat a healthy, balanced diet. Combined breast and bottle feeding in the first weeks of life may reduce the supply of your own breastmilk, and reversing the decision not to breastfeed is difficult. The social and financial implications of using an infant milk should be considered. Improper use of an infant milk or inappropriate foods or feeding methods may present a health hazard.

If you use an infant milk, you should follow manufacturer’s instructions for use carefully – failure to follow the instructions may make your baby ill. Always consult your doctor, midwife or health visitor for advice about feeding your baby.

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When to use Aptamil Profutura First

Aptamil Profutura First milk is a nutritionally complete formula suitable from birth onwards if your baby is not being breastfed or if you are combination feeding.

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What’s in our Profutura first milk?

Inspired by the Science of Early Life, our experts have developed Aptamil Profutura First Infant milk, our tailored formulation for babies. Aptamil Profutura First contains our unique blend of ingredients:

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Dietary information

  •  Gluten free
  • Not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet and is not Halaal approved

Allergy advice: Contains milk, fish, egg and soya

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Preparation

Profutura Preparation Guide Step 1

Wash hands and sterilise all utensils according to manufacturers' instructions.

Profutura Preparation Guide Step 2

Boil 1 Litre of fresh water. Leave kettle to cool for no longer than 30 mins. Measure the required amount of water (refer to feeding guide) into a sterilised bottle. Be careful of scalding. Do not use artificially softened or repeatedly boiled water.

Profutura Preparation Guide Step 3

Using the scoop provided, level off the powder with the built in leveller. Do not press/heap the powder.

Profutura Preparation Guide Step 4

Add correct measure of powder to water. Adding too many or too few scoops can be harmful. The feeding instructions on the pack will give you an indication of the number of feeds your baby may need per day.

Profutura Preparation Guide Step 5

Cool under running tap. Check temperature of feed. Feed immediately.

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Aptamil Profutura First milk is available in all major supermarkets.

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Aptamil First is suitable from birth if your baby is not being breastfed or if you are combination feeding.

When to use Aptamil first

Aptamil First is a nutritionally complete formula for bottlefed babies, or if combination feeding it is suitable from birth onwards.

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Benefits of Aptamil first

Aptamil first milk contains our unique blend of ingredients:Infant Milk GOS/FOS

What's in our first milk?

Aptamil First is nutritionally tailored with our unique blend of GOS/FOS prebiotic oligosaccharides, LCPs, nucleotides, and key vitamins and minerals, to provide your baby with all the goodness they need.

What are prebiotics?

Prebiotic oligosaccharides, often shortened to prebiotics, are special carbohydrates Prebiotic oligosaccharides occur naturally in breastmilk and a variety of fruits, grains and vegetables, including bananas, artichokes, chicory and onions.

What are GOS/FOS prebiotic oligosaccharides?

We add a unique prebiotic blend of galacto- (GOS) and fructo- (FOS) oligosaccharides to all Aptamil milks which are derived from chicory and lactose.

If you are switching to Aptamil First milk from a different infant formula without prebiotics, you may notice that your baby passes softer stools. This is perfectly natural, as babies fed on infant milks with prebiotic oligosaccharides tend to produce softer, more comfortable stools as a result of their healthy gut flora.

Dietary Information

Aptamil First Milk 900g powder is Halaal approved but is not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet

Aptamil First milk 200ml and 1 litre ready to feeds are not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet and are not Halaal approved

Allergens: Milk, Soy, Fish

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How to prepare our milk from powder

Our easy-to-follow guide shows you how to prepare a bottlefeed safely using our powder formula.

Wash and sterilise bottles and teats according to manufacturer’s instructions. Wash your hands and wipe clean all surfaces to prevent the spread of germs.

Boil freshly run tap water and leave to cool for 30 mins, unless otherwise indicated on pack. Measure required amount of water (refer to on-pack instructions) into a sterilised bottle. Do not use repeatedly boiled water.

For accurate dosage, always use scoop provided and level off powder with built-in leveller (if provided). Alternatively, level with a clean, dry knife. Do not press extra powder into scoop.

Add correct measure of powder to water. Adding too many or too few scoops can be harmful. The feeding instructions on the pack will give you an indication of the number of feeds your baby may need per day.

Screw cap on bottle and shake well for 10 seconds to dissolve powder in water. If necessary, cool feed under cold running water. Remove seal and replace with sterilised teat. Test temperature of milk by allowing some drops to fall on your wrist. If it feels comfortable, it should be just right for your baby. Do not heat feeds in a microwave as hot spots can occur and cause scalding.

Use made-up feeds within two hours. Once used, discard any leftover milk, wash bottles and teats, and re-sterilise, ready for next feed.

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Aptamil First milk is available in all major supermarkets.

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Hungry baby milk to help delay the onset of weaning

Aptamil Hungry baby milk is designed to help delay the early onset of weaning, if your baby is not being breastfed. Aptamil hungry baby milk is specially formulated with casein proteins, which makes your baby feel fuller for longer.

When to use Aptamil Hungry

Aptamil Hungry is a nutritionally complete formula for bottlefed babies, suitable from birth onwards. If you have questions about moving your baby to Aptamil Hungry milk please contact our Careline on 1800 22 1234 and speak to one of our advisors.

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Aptamil Hungry contains two types of protein; whey and casein, and is different from Aptamil First as it contains more casein than whey. Because casein forms a firmer curd in the stomach than whey, it is digested more slowly, helping to make your baby feel fuller for longer. Our nutritionally complete formula also contains our unique blend of GOS/FOS prebiotic oligosaccharides, LCPs, nucleotides, and key vitamins and minerals.

Infant Milk GOS/FOS

What are prebiotic oligosaccharides?

Prebiotic oligosaccharides, often shortened to prebiotics, are special carbohydrates. Prebiotic oligosaccharides occur naturally in breastmilk and a variety of fruits, grains and vegetables, including bananas, artichokes, chicory and onions.

What are GOS/FOS prebiotic oligosaccharides?

We add a unique prebiotic blend of galacto- (GOS) and fructo- (FOS) oligosaccharides to all Aptamil milks which are derived from chicory and lactose.

Dietary Information

Aptamil Hungry Milk 900g powder is Halaal approved but is not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet

Aptamil Hungry milk 200ml and 1 litre ready to feeds are not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet and are not Halaal approved

Allergens: Milk, Soy, Fish

Preparation

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Preparation

How to prepare our milk from powder

Our easy-to-follow guide shows you how to prepare a bottlefeed safely using our powder formula.

Wash and sterilise bottles and teats according to manufacturer’s instructions. Wash your hands and wipe clean all surfaces to prevent the spread of germs.
Boil freshly run tap water and leave to cool for 30 mins, unless otherwise indicated on pack. Measure required amount of water (refer to on-pack instructions) into a sterilised bottle. Do not use repeatedly boiled water.
For accurate dosage, always use scoop provided and level off powder with built-in leveller (if provided). Alternatively, level with a clean, dry knife. Do not press extra powder into scoop.
Add correct measure of powder to water. Adding too many or too few scoops can be harmful. The feeding instructions on the pack will give you an indication of the number of feeds your baby may need per day.
Screw cap on bottle and shake well for 10 seconds to dissolve powder in water. If necessary, cool feed under cold running water. Remove seal and replace with sterilised teat. Test temperature of milk by allowing some drops to fall on your wrist. If it feels comfortable, it should be just right for your baby. Do not heat feeds in a microwave as hot spots can occur and cause scalding.
Use made-up feeds within two hours. Once used, discard any leftover milk, wash bottles and teats, and re-sterilise, ready for next feed.

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Aptamil Hungry milk is available in all major retail stores.

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For the dietary management of colic and constipation in babies

If you suspect your baby has either colic or constipation, the first thing to do is to speak to your healthcare professional as there are often ways to relieve symptoms without changing your baby's feed. If advised by your healthcare professional, you may want to consider Aptamil Comfort; a food for special medical purposes, formulated for the dietary management of colic and constipation in babies who are being bottlefed.

Signs of colic

  • 2–3 hour spells of loud crying, often 15 minutes after feeding. As a guide, colic usually involves repeated excessive and inconsolable crying which lasts for 3 hours or more a day, on at least 3 days a week, for more than 3 weeks. Crying is often high-pitched and frantic and happens more in the late afternoon and evening.
  • Flushed face
  • Clenched fists
  • Legs pulled up to the chest

Colic can occur any time in the first few weeks after birth but usually disappears by the time your baby is 3 months old. If you have any further questions on colic contact our Careline on 1800 22 1234.

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Aptamil Comfort contains less than half the levels of lactose in standard milks, as lactose can sometimes be hard for an immature digestive system to break down. It also has partially broken down (partially hydrolysed) whey proteins, helping to reduce the potential for feeding discomfort in babies with colic, and contains a special fat blend which helps to produce softer stools. The formula is also slightly thicker to prevent your baby gulping and taking in too much air during feeding.

What are prebiotics?

Prebiotic oligosaccharides, often shortened to prebiotics, are special carbohydrates that pass undigested beyond the tummy into the lower gut where they encourage your baby's friendly bacteria to thrive1,2.

Prebiotics occur naturally in breastmilk and a variety of fruits, grains and vegetables, including bananas, artichokes, chicory and onions.

What are GOS/FOS prebiotics?

We add a unique prebiotic blend of galacto- (GOS) and fructo- (FOS) oligosaccharides to all Aptamil milks which are derived from chicory and lactose.

If you are switching to Aptamil Comfort from a different infant formula without prebiotics, you may notice that your baby passes softer, looser and lighter coloured stools. This is perfectly normal because of the special formulation and as babies fed on infant milks with prebiotic oligosaccharides tend to produce softer, more comfortable stools as a result of their healthy gut flora.

Nucleotides

Aptamil Comfort contains nucleotides, which are the building blocks of DNA – a set of instructions for every cell in the body.

Long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPs)

LCPs are special beneficial fatty acids, from the omega-3 and omega-6 groups, which are essential for the development of your baby’s brain and eyes. World experts have concluded that the current evidence strongly supports the inclusion of LCPs in infant formula.3 We’ve recently added LCPs to Aptamil Comfort in amounts recommended by leading nutritional experts - so now bottlefed babies with colic and constipation can get the added benefits of LCPs right up to the age of one year.

Antioxidants, vitamins and minerals

Aptamil Comfort contains the antioxidants, vitamin C, E and selenium, which help protect your baby’s body against cell damage from free radicals. Our nutritionally complete formula also contains all the other essential vitamins and minerals your baby needs, including iron, calcium and phosphorus.

Dietary information

Aptamil comfort dietary information

Aptamil Comfort is not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet and is not Halaal approved

Allergens: Milk, Fish

 

References:
1. Moro G et al. Dosage related bifidogenic effects of galacto- and fructo-oligosaccharides in formula fed babies. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 2002;34:291-5.
2. Knol J et al. Colon microflora in infants fed formula with galacto- and fructo-oligosaccharides: more like breastfed infants. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 2005;40:36-42.
3. Koletzko B et al. The roles of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in pregnancy, lactation and infancy: review of current knowledge and consensus recommendations. J Perinat Med 2008;36:5-14.

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How to prepare our milk from powder

Our easy-to-follow guide shows you how to prepare a bottlefeed safely using our powder formula.

Wash and sterilise bottles and teats according to manufacturer’s instructions. Wash your hands and wipe clean all surfaces to prevent the spread of germs.
Boil freshly run tap water and leave to cool for 30 mins, unless otherwise indicated on pack. Measure required amount of water (refer to on-pack instructions) into a sterilised bottle. Do not use repeatedly boiled water.
For accurate dosage, always use scoop provided and level off powder with built-in leveller (if provided). Alternatively, level with a clean, dry knife. Do not press extra powder into scoop.
Add correct measure of powder to water. Adding too many or too few scoops can be harmful. The feeding instructions on the pack will give you an indication of the number of feeds your baby may need per day.
Screw cap on bottle and shake well for 10 seconds to dissolve powder in water. If necessary, cool feed under cold running water. Remove seal and replace with sterilised teat. Test temperature of milk by allowing some drops to fall on your wrist. If it feels comfortable, it should be just right for your baby. Do not heat feeds in a microwave as hot spots can occur and cause scalding.
Use made-up feeds within two hours. Once used, discard any leftover milk, wash bottles and teats, and re-sterilise, ready for next feed.

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Aptamil Comfort is available in supermarkets.

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For the dietary management of frequent reflux and regurgitation in babies.

If you are concerned about reflux or you think that your baby may be suffering with it, the best thing to do is speak to your healthcare professional. They will be able to discuss any symptoms with you and offer suggestions as to how reflux can be relieved, including the use of a thickened formula such as Aptamil Anti-Reflux.

What is Reflux and Regurgitation?

Reflux occurs when the stomach contents leak back into the oesophagus after feeding, with or without regurgitation, while regurgitation or posseting results in the stomach contents reaching the mouth. Both conditions can occur in healthy babies and are usually uncomplicated, with most of them growing out of it by the time they reach 1 year old.

How can Aptamil Anti-Reflux Help?

Thickened feeds are proven to help reduce the symptoms of reflux. Aptamil Anti-Reflux is a new thickened feed made using carob bean gum. It is clinically proven to be thicker on preparation than others and is less affected by the enzymes in saliva meaning that the feed stays thicker in the stomach. It also contains, long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPs) which are important for the development of your baby's brain, eyes and nervous system, and nucleotides which are important for healthy growth and development.

Please note: As Aptamil Anti-Reflux is thicker than other milks; it is recommended that you use a single hole, fast flow teat when feeding your baby. Aptamil Anti-Reflux cannot be used in combination with antacids or other feed thickeners.

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Aptamil Anti-Reflux is specially formulated with carob bean gum, which thickens the formula on mixing and remains thick in the stomach, helping the feed to stay down.
Aptamil Anti-Reflux is a nutritionally complete formula; you can use it to feed your baby as a sole source of nutrition from birth and as part of a weaning diet from 6 months to 1 year. It also contains LCPs (omega 3 and 6) and nucleotides.

Long Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (LCPS)

LCPs are special beneficial fatty acids, from the omega-3 and omega-6 groups, which are essential for the development of your baby’s brain and eyes.

Nucleotides

Aptamil Anti-Reflux contains nucleotides, which are the building blocks of DNA – a set of instructions for every cell in the body.
References available upon request

LCPs are special beneficial fatty acids, from the omega-3 and omega-6 groups, which are essential for the development of your baby’s brain and eyes.

References available upon request

Dietary Information

Aptamil Anti Reflux is not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet and is not Halaal approved

Allergens: Milk, Fish, Soy

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How to use

Preparation

How to prepare our milk from powder

Our easy-to-follow guide shows you how to prepare a bottlefeed safely using our powder formula.

Wash your hands 1, Wash and sterilise bottles and teats according to manufacturer’s instructions.
Boil Kettle 2, Boil freshly run tap water. Do not use artificially softened or repeatedly boiled water.
Fill bottle 3, Measure the required amount of boiled water into a large sterilised bottle. Seal bottle and allow to cool for 45 minutes. UNLIKE OTHER FORMULAE THIS THICKENED FEED MIXES BEST IN HAND- HOT WATER.
Add formula 4, Using the scoop provided, level off the powder with the built-in leveller. Do not press or heap the powder.
Adding formula 5, Add one scoop per 30ml (1fl oz) of boiled and cooled water. Add the correct number of scoops to the water. Adding too many or too few scoops can be harmful.
Mix formula 6, Shake the bottle vigorously for 20 seconds and then leave to stand for 7 minutes to allow it to thicken.
Test temperature 7, Turn the bottle upside down just before feeding and test the temperature on your wrist.

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Aptamil Anti-Reflux is available in retail stores.

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Aptamil Lactose Free

Suitable from birth, Aptamil Lactose Free is specially formulated to help manage the symptoms of lactose or sucrose intolerance or temporary lactose intolerance in babies.

What is the difference between lactose and cows’ milk protein allergy?

Lactose intolerance and cows’ milk protein allergy (CMPA) are often confused due to some similar symptoms. However CMPA is an adverse immune reaction to one or more milk proteins in cows’ milk whereas lactose intolerance is the absence or deficiency in the enzyme, lactase, in the gut and does not involve the immune system.

If you are concerned that your baby is lactose intolerant, speak to your healthcare professional.

Important notice: Aptamil Lactose Free is a food for special medical purposes. It should only be used under medical supervision, after full consideration of the feeding options available including breastfeeding. Suitable for use as the sole source of nutrition for infants from birth and as part of a balanced diet from 6-12 months. Not suitable for parenteral use. This formula is not suitable for infants who have a cows’ milk allergy.

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Aptamil Lactose Free is made for bottlefed babies with symptoms of lactose or sucrose intolerance.

As well as being free from lactose, this special milk is also sucrose-free to help manage the symptoms of lactose or sucrose intolerance. Aptamil Lactose Free also provides our unique blend of ingredients including long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPs) and nucleotides.

Long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPs)

LCPs are fatty acids, including DHA and AA. DHA contributes towards brain and eye development.

Nucleotides

Aptamil Lactose Free contains nucleotides, which are the building blocks of DNA – a set of instructions for every cell in the body.

Aptamil Lactose Free is a nutritionally complete formula. You can use it to feed your baby as a sole source of nutrition from birth and as part of a weaning diet from 6 months to 1 year.

Dietary Information

Aptamil Lactose Free is not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet and is not Halaal approved

Allergens: Milk, Fish, Soy

 

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How to prepare our milk from powder

Our easy-to-follow guide shows you how to prepare a bottlefeed safely using our powder formula

Because powdered milks are not sterile, failure to follow the instructions below may make your baby ill.

step 1 Step 1: Wash hands and sterilise all utensils according to manufacturers' instructions.
step 2 Step 2: Boil 1 litre of fresh water. Leave kettle to cool for no longer than 30 mins. Measure the required amount of water (refer to feeding guide) into a sterilised bottle. Be careful of scalding. Do not use artificially softened or repeatedly boiled water.
step 3 Step 3: Using the scoop provided, level off the Aptamil Lactose Free powder with a clean knife. Do not press or heap the powder.
step 4 Step 4: Add the required amount of powder to the water. Adding too many or too few scoops can be harmful. Cap the bottle and shake vigorously for 25 seconds to dissolve the powder. Remove cap and replace with a sterilised teat.
step 5 Step 5: Cool under running tap. Check temperature of feed. Feed immediately.

Feeding instructions

Make up each feed as required. For hygiene reasons, do not store made up feeds, and always discard unfinished feeds as soon as possible, and always within 2 hours. Never add extra scoops or anything else to your baby’s feed. Take care if using a microwave as hot spots may occur and cause scalding. If necessary, offer cooled boiled water between feeds. Never leave your baby alone while feeding.

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Suitable from birth for the dietary management of cows’ milk protein allergy

Cows’ milk protein allergy (sometimes referred to as CMPA) affects around 2–7.5% of infants, but most will grow out of it by the age of three. The symptoms can be hard to pick up, even by healthcare professionals, but warning signs can include facial swelling, frequent vomiting, regurgitation, diarrhoea, constipation, eczema or respiratory problems like a chronic cough or runny nose.

If your baby has any of these symptoms and has not been diagnosed with cows’ milk protein allergy, you should ask your healthcare professional for advice. It is also worth telling them if you, your partner or any of your other children has a diagnosed allergy as it can increase the likelihood of your baby having CMPA. They may then decide to refer you to a paediatric dietitian for further checks.

When to use Aptamil Pepti 1

Aptamil Pepti 1 is suitable for use from birth and should be used under medical supervision. It is a food for special medical purposes for the dietary management of cows’ milk protein allergy and has been specifically developed for bottlefed babies. Aptamil Pepti 1 contains the same unique blend of GOS/FOS prebiotics as our other milks but it is an extensively hydrolysed formula, which means the cows’ milk protein has been broken down, making it easier for babies to tolerate and digest, whilst providing them with all the nutrition they need.

Benefits of Aptamil Pepti

Aptamil Pepti 1 is part of our special range for the management of CMPA and is the only formula for allergy management. It is whey based for a more palatable taste. It contains our unique blend of GOS/FOS prebiotics. It calso contains LCP's, nucleotides and antioxidents and since babies are unable to produce enough LCPs for their daily needs, we include them in Aptamil Pepti 1 to ensure bottlefed babies with allergies are not missing out.

Aptamil Pepti 1 has been specially tailored by our experts for increased palatability, helping to make mealtimes more enjoyable for your baby again. What’s more, Aptamil Pepti 2 is available for infants from 6 months onwards, making it the best long term solution for babies with CMPA.

Aptamil Pepti have developed a recipe book for parents of babies with cow's milk protein allergy. You can request a copy of this book for free by calling our Careline.

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What’s in our milk?

Aptamil Pepti 1 is made for bottlefed babies with an allergy to cows’ milk. Its unique formula contains cows’ milk proteins which have been broken down into little pieces (extensively hydrolysed), making them easier for babies to tolerate, along with the same unique blend of GOS/FOS prebiotics as our other milks. It also has a reduced lactose content and, unlike some other allergy management formulas, is based on whey rather than casein. This makes it easier to digest and improves the taste, which may enable your baby to drink more.

What are GOS/FOS prebiotics?

Prebiotic oligosaccharides, often shortened to prebiotics, are special carbohydrates that encourage your baby's friendly bacteria to thrive1,2.

We add a unique prebiotic blend of galacto- (GOS) and fructo- (FOS) oligosaccharides to all Aptamil milks which are derived from lactose and chicory.

Long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPs)

LCPs are fatty acids, from the omega-3 and omega-6 groups. They are essential for the development of your baby’s brain and eyes and world experts strongly support their inclusion in formulas3.

Nucleotides

Aptamil Pepti 1 contains nucleotides, which are the building blocks of DNA – a set of instructions for every cell in the body.

Antioxidants, vitamins and minerals

Antioxidants help protect your baby’s body against cell damage from free radicals. Our nutritionally complete formula contains the antioxidants vitamin C, E and selenium, along with the other essential vitamins and minerals your baby needs, such as iron, calcium and phosphorus.

Dietary Information

Aptamil Pepti 1 is not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet and is not Halaal approved

Allergens: Milk, Fish

 

References:

  1. Moro G et al. Dosage related bifidogenic effects of galacto- and fructo-oligosaccharides in formula fed babies. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 2002;34:291-5.
  2. Knol J et al. Colon microflora in infants fed formula with galacto- and fructo-oligosaccharides: more like breastfed infants. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 2005;40:36-42.
  3. Koletzko B et al. The roles of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in pregnancy, lactation and infancy: review of current knowledge and consensus recommendations. J Perinat Med 2008;36:5-14.

 

Preparation

How to use

Preparation

How to prepare our milk from powder

Our easy-to-follow guide shows you how to prepare a bottlefeed safely using our powder formula.

Wash and sterilise all utensils according to manufacturers' instructions.
Boil freshly run water. Leave kettle to cool for 30 minutes. Do not use artifically softened or repeatedly boiled water.
Measure the required amount of water (refer to feeding guide) into a sterilised bottle. Do not add powder to boiling water due to rick of scalding.
Always use the scoop provided. Level off the powder with the back of a clean knife. Do not press/heap the powder.
Remove seal from bottle. Add one scoop to every 30ml (1fl oz) of water. Adding too many or too few scoops can be harmful.
Cap the bottle and shake well (for 10 seconds) to dissolve powder. Remove cap and replace with a sterilised teat.
Cool under running tap. Check temperature of feed. Feed immediately.

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