Nutrition facts concerning infant formula milk powder. Age group 1
 
       
               
                   
 
- Nutrition facts Infant formula milk powder. Stage 1 -

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  • Dose Specification:-
  • 0-3 months; boiled water in ml – 90-180
  • number of measuring scoops: 3-5
  • 3-12 months: boiled water in ml – 180-210
  • number of measuring scoops; 5-7
  • 12-24 months; boiled water in ml- 210-280
  • number of measuring scoops: 7-10
 

Warning: Never use Microwave oven to warm formula.  Serious burns can result • Prepared formula must be refrigerated. • Discard leftover formula after feeding • Powdered formulas are not sterile and should not be fed to premature infants or infants diagnosed with immune problems unless directed and supervised by a healthcare professional. The use of sterile purified, demineralized, deionized, distilled or reverse osmosis filtered water is recommended. If using tap water, bring to a rolling boil for one minute and cool for no more than 30 minutes. The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page.

Nutrition facts stage 1

Nutrient Contents : - Standards and regulations for infant formula and other infant foods aim at ensuring high levels of safety and are much more rigorous than regulations for other food products. The establishment of this and further national, regional, and global standards and regulations on infant formulae and baby foods has contributed to the very high level of safety of such products that exists today. Not only nutrient deficiency, but also too high nutrient intakes may cause adverse effects. An excessive supply of dietary components, and the supply of unnecessary components, can put a burden on the infant's metabolic and other functions. Dietary components that are not utilized or stored by the body must be excreted as such or in the form of metabolites, in most cases as solutes with the urine. However, water available to form urine is limited, and infants particularly during the first months of life have a limited ability to concentrate urine. Therefore, the need to excrete any additional solutes can reduce the margin of safety, particularly if the infant is stressed by fever or diarrhea. An impressive example of untoward effects of a too high nutrient intake is the observation that an additional daily iron intake of 1 mg/kg from 6 to 9 months of age induces significantly impaired length growth in iron sufficient infants. Therefore, it is important to define not only adequate minimum but also maximum ingredient contents in infant food products 

 

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