Aptamil 1 First Infant Milk From Birth to 6 Months 800gm ( UK )
Aptamil 1 First Infant Milk Key Features
- Product type: Milk Powder
- Brand: Aptamil
- Country of origin: UK
- Quantity: 800gm
- Nutritionally complete formula
- Suitable from birth onwards
- Contains unique blend of ingredients
- Unique blend of Galacto and Fructo-oligosaccharides that reduce the risk of allergies up to 5 years
- Enriched with long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPS) including DHA to support normal visual development
- With added nucleotides
Aptamil 1 First Infant Milk Product Description
Aptamil 1 First Infant Milk is a nutritionally complete, whey-dominant first infant milk for use in combination feeding or if a baby is not being breastfed. As well as carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, and minerals, it contains our patented blend of galacto- and fructo-oligosaccharides (GOS/FOS), which emulates the effect of the prebiotic oligosaccharides found naturally in breastmilk.
Why Aptamil 1 First Infant Milk?
Aptamil 1 First Infant Milk contains GOS/FOS, non-digestible carbohydrates that occur naturally in breastmilk. They decrease the presence of pathogens in the gut flora increasing the growth of friendly bacteria such as bifidobacteria and lactobacilli. These friendly bacteria are an integral part of a baby’s natural immune system.
Aptamil First Infant Milk is enriched with LCPs, including DHA (Omega 3), at levels that are scientifically recognised by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) to support normal visual development and with a ratio of AA:DHA that meets consensus recommendations.
It also contains nucleotides, which form the building blocks of every cell in the body, including those of the immune system.
Importance of GOS/FOS
Our patented blend of galacto- and fructo- oligosaccharides (GOS/FOS) emulates the effect of the prebiotic oligosaccharides (OS) found naturally in breastmilk. They feed the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut at the expense of potentially harmful bacteria, bringing the internal microflora closer to that of a breastfed infant.
Bottle-fed babies given formula containing GOS/FOS have softer stools and a lower incidence of recurrent upper respiratory tract infections, diarrhoea, infections requiring antibiotics and atopic dermatitis, than those fed a formula without GOS/FOS. These benefits have been shown to last for up to 5 years.
How to prepare Aptamil 1 First Infant Milk
This is general guidance on the safe preparation of the powdered formula (Aptamil 1 First Infant Milk), but please see the product packaging for further information. Because powdered milks are not sterile, failure to follow the instructions may make babies ill.
Important instructions for Aptamil 1 First Infant Milk
- Make up each feed as required
- For hygiene reasons, do not store made up feeds and discard unfinished feeds as soon as possible, always within 2 hoursDo not heat in a microwave, as hot spots may occur and cause scalding
- Never add extra scoops or anything else to a baby’s feed
- Never leave babies alone during feeding
STEP 1. Wash hands and sterilise all utensils according to manufacturers’ instructions.
STEP 2. Boil 1 litre of fresh water. Leave kettle to cool for 30 minutes and no longer. 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. Using the scoop provided, level off the powder with the built in leveller. Do not press/heap the powder.
STEP 4. Add the correct measure of powder to the water. Adding too many or too few scoops can be harmful. Cap the bottle and shake well (for 10 seconds) to dissolve the powder. Remove cap and replace with a sterilised teat.
STEP 5. Cool under running tap. Check temperature of feed. Feed immediately.
Important Notice about Aptamil 1 First Infant Milk
Breastfeeding is the best for babies. Aptamil 1 First Infant Milk should always be used on the advice of a doctor, midwife, health visitor, public health nurse, dietician, pharmacist, or other professional responsible for maternal and childcare. When bottle feeding do not allow prolonged or frequent contact of milk feeds with your baby’s teeth as this increases the risk of tooth decay. Ask your health professional or dentist for advice. Make sure your baby’s teeth are cleaned after the last feed at night.