Neocate Gold

0-24 Months

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Flavour Code Units per carton
Unflavoured 126289 4

Product Information

A nutritionally complete, amino acid based, powdered infant formula with medium chain triglycerides (MCT).

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PBS Listed

Yes

Flavour

Unflavoured (4x400g tins)

Indications

For the dietary management of infants from birth (0+ months) with cows’ milk allergy, multiple food protein allergy, eosinophilic oesophagitis and other indications where an amino acid based formula is recommended

Important Notice
  • Not for parenteral use
  • Suitable as a sole source of nutrition for infants (0- 12 months) only
  • Powdered infant formula is not sterile. Infant formula should be prepared immediately prior to feeding
  • Shake or stir formula immediately before use
  • Formula should not be warmed for longer than 15 minutes prior to feeding. Do not boil formula and do not use a microwave oven to prepare or warm formula
Directions for Use
  • The quantity of feed should be determined by a clinician or dietitian only and is dependent on the age, bodyweight and medical condition of the patient.
  • Each level scoop (4.6g) of Neocate Gold requires 30ml of water to yield the recommended feed concentration (13.8% w/v).
  • Follow the preparation instructions as stated on the can.
Storage
  • Store unopened cans in a cool, dry place
  • Once opened, reseal can and store in a cool, dry place (not a refrigerator) and use within one month
Product Type

Amino Acid, Elemental, High MCT, Infant

Age Group

Paediatric, Paediatric (0-24 Months)

Brand

Neocate

Nutritional Information
Average contents Per 100g Per 100ml*
Nutrition Information
Energy 483 kcal 67 kcal
2020 kJ 279 kJ
Protein Equivalent 13.5 (11%E) g 1.9 g
Carbohydrate 52 (43%E) g 7.2 g
Sugars 4.6 g 0.63 g
as Lactose 0 g 0 g
Fat 24.5 (46%E) g 3.4 g
Saturates 10.3 g 1.4 g
 — of which MCT 7.7 g 1.1 g
Monounsaturates 8.2 g 1.1 g
Polyunsaturates 4.8 g 0.66 g
 — of which LA 3565 mg 492 mg
 — of which ALA 357 mg 49.2 mg
 — of which DHA 81.6 mg 11.3 mg
 — of which AA 81.6 mg 11.3 mg
ω6:ω3 ratio 9:1
Fibre 0 g 0 g
Minerals
Sodium 189 mg 26.1 mg
8.2 mmol 1.1 mmol
Potassium 525 mg 72.5 mg
13.4 mmol 1.8 mmol
Calcium 561 mg 77.4 mg
Phosphorus 397 mg 54.8 mg
Magnesium 51 mg 7 mg
Chloride 386 mg 53.3 mg
Ca:P ratio 1.4:1
Vitamins
Vitamin A 406 μg-RE 56 μg-RE
Vitamin D 8.8 μg 1.2 μg
Vitamin E 4.6 mg-α-T.E 0.63 mg-α-T.E
Vitamin K 42.5 μg 5.9 μg
Vitamin C 51.6 mg 7.1 mg
Thiamin 0.54 mg 0.07 mg
Riboflavin 0.54 mg 0.07 mg
Niacin 10.2 mg NE 1.4 mg NE
Vitamin B6 0.54 mg 0.07 mg
Folate 107 μg 14.7 μg
Vitamin B12 1.3 μg 0.18 μg
Biotin 19 μg 2.6 μg
Pantothenic Acid 2.9 mg 0.4 mg
Trace Elements
Iron 7.3 mg 1.0 mg
Zinc 5.3 mg 0.73 mg
Manganese 200 μg 27.6 μg
Copper 410 μg 56.6 μg
Iodine 100 μg 13.8 μg
Molybdenum 11.3 μg 1.6 μg
Selenium 14.5 μg 2.0 μg
Chromium 10.6 μg 1.5 μg
Other
Choline 95.4 mg 13.2 mg
Inositol 108 mg 14.9 mg
Nucleotides 23.32 mg 3.22 mg
Osmolality 340 mOsmol/kgH20
BREAST MILK IS BEST FOR BABIES.

Professional advice should be followed before using an infant formula. Introducing partial bottle feeding could negatively affect breastfeeding. Good maternal nutrition is important for breastfeeding and reversing a decision not to breastfeed may be difficult. Infant formula should be used as directed. Proper use of an infant formula is important to the health of the infant. Social and financial implications such as preparation requirements and the cost of providing formula up to the age of 12 months should be considered when selecting a method of feeding.