Preparation and directions for usage
THE HEALTH OF YOUR INFANT DEPENDS ON CAREFULLY FOLLOWING THE DIRECTIONS FOR PREPARATION AND USE. INCORRECT PREPARATION CAN MAKE YOUR BABY ILL. For Bottle Feeding: 1. Wash hands thoroughly and clean the preparation area. Sterilise bottles and teats. 2. Boil fresh water for 5 minutes or until an electric kettle switches off. Pour the required amount of water into a sterilised feeding bottle. The product must be made up with hot water (50° C or 122°F) to fully dissolve. Measure the temperature using a thermometer 3. Use a scale to weigh out the prescribed amount of powder and add the powder to the water. 4. Replace the cap on the bottle and shake until the powder dissolves. If required, the suitable carbohydrate source can be added to the freshly prepared product and shake again. Before feeding ensure that the product is at the correct temperature by placing a few drops on the wrist. 5. Use immediately after reconstitution. Product remaining in the bottle after one hour of feeding should be discarded. Product must not be rewarmed during feeding. To prepare a tube feed, follow the advice of your clinician or dietitian for hygienic preparation and handling of the feed including sterilising equipment and using boiled, cooled water. Ensure the temperature of the water is at least 50˚C 122°F for feed preparation. 1. Weigh out the prescribed amount of powder. 2. Add a small amount of the required water to the prescribed amount of powder and stir with a fork until a smooth paste is obtained. 3. Continue stirring whilst adding the rest of the water until the prescribed dilution is achieved. To prepare a sip feed, wash hands and use clean equipment. Follow preparation instructions 1 - 3 for a tube feed or add the prescribed amount of powder to the measured volume of water, cover with a lid and shake until the powder is dissolved. Use boiled water or fresh water depending on age and medical condition. Good dental hygiene is important for infants and children, as prolonged or frequent contact of drinks and feeds with teeth increases the risk of tooth decay. Make sure their teeth are cleaned after the last feed at night. Ask your Health or Dental Professional for advice.
Vegetable oils (Palm, High oleic sunflower, Coconut, Rapeseed, Sunflower), Sodium caseinate (from cow's milk), Calcium caseinate (from cow's milk), Calcium phosphate, Potassium citrate, Fish oil, Potassium chloride, Oil from Mortierella alpine, Calcium citrate, Magnesium acetate, Choline chloride, L-Ascorbic acid, Sodium chloride, Emulsifier (Sunflower lecithin), L-Cystine, Taurine, Inositol, Calcium chloride, Ferrous sulphate, Zinc sulphate, L-Carnitine, Retinyl acetate, Ascorbyl palmitate, Nicotinamide, Cholecalciferol, Calcium D-pantothenate, Riboflavin, Copper sulphate, Thiamin hydrochloride, Pyridoxine hydrochloride, Potassium iodide, Manganese sulphate, Pteroylmonoglutamic acid, Chromium chloride, Sodium molybdate, Phytomenadione, D-Biotin, Sodium selenite, Cyanocobalamin Allergy Advice: For allergens, see ingredients in bold.