Aptamil AllerPro SYNEO is a premium Follow-On Formula suitable for formula fed infants (from 6 to 12 months) who are allergic to cows’ milk.
The protein in Aptamil AllerPro SYNEO has been broken down (extensively hydrolysed) for the dietary management of allergy symptoms.
Containing SYNEO, our patented Synbiotic blend of scientifically researched ingredients, Aptamil AllerPro SYNEO is our most advanced formulation for the dietary management of cows’ milk allergy.
Aptamil AllerPro SYNEO Follow-On Formula is not suitable for general use and should be used under medical supervision.
It is not suitable for infants with anaphylactic (severe) cows’ milk allergy.
If you have any questions about Aptamil® AllerPro SYNEO™ 2, please contact our team of professionals on 1800 438 500 or email us.
|Average Quantity Per 100mL of Prepared Feed|
|— Whey||100 %|
|— Lactose||3.0 g|
|Arachidonic Acid (AA)||17.1 mg|
|Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)||17.1 mg|
|Vitamin A||60 μg-RE|
|Vitamin D||1.7 μg|
|Vitamin E||1.2 mg|
|Vitamin K||4.5 μg|
|Vitamin B~1~||65 μg|
|Vitamin B~2~||143 μg|
|Vitamin B~6~||44 μg|
|Vitamin B~12~||0.16 μg|
|Niacin (B~3~)||0.51 mg|
|Pantothenic Acid (B~5~)||0.56 mg|
|Vitamin C||8.5 mg|
|Cytidine 5′- monophosphate||0.88 mg|
|Uridine 5′- monophosphate||0.58 mg|
|Adenosine 5′- monophosphate||0.50 mg|
|Inosine 5′- monophosphate||0.34 mg|
|Guanosine 5′- monophosphate||0.17 mg|
|sc GOS||0.72 g|
|lc FOS 3||0.08 g|
1 LCPUFAs – Long Chain Polyunsaturated fatty acids
2 GOS – Galacto-oligosaccharides
3 lc Polyfructose – long chain Polyfructose
Maltodextrin, whey protein hydrolysate (contains milk), vegetable oils (antioxidant (ascorbyl palmitate, citric acid)), galacto-oligosaccharides (contains milk), omega LCPUFAs (contains fish, antioxidant (mixed tocopherols, ascorbyl palmitate)), emulsifier (citric acid ester of mono- and diglycerides, sunflower lecithin), long chain fructo-oligosaccharides, choline chloride, L-tyrosine, inositol, taurine, Bifidobacterium breve M-16V, L-carnitine.
Minerals: Potassium, calcium, chloride, phosphorus, sodium, magnesium, iron, zinc, copper, iodine, manganese, selenium.
Vitamins: Vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, C, D3, E, K1), folic acid, biotin.
Nucleotides: Cytidine-5′ -monophosphote, uridine-5′ monophosphote, adenosine-5′ monophosphote, inosine-5′-monophosphote, guanosine-5′-monophosphote.
Contains: Milk and fish.
|Age||Cooled boiled water||Level scoops of powder*||Number of feeds per day|
|6 – 8 months||180mL||6||3 – 5|
|9 – 12 months||180mL||6||3 – 4|
1 scoop = 4.8g of powder
NOTE: 1 scoop of powder added to 30mL of water yields approximately 33.3mL of formula. This feeding guide is a general guide ONLY; your baby may need more or less than shown.
How To Prepare
Wash hands before preparing the feed. Clean and then sterilise all utensils by boiling for 5 minutes or using an approved steriliser.
Boil safe drinking water and allow to cool. Measure the required volume of water into a sterilised feeding bottle.
Use only the enclosed scoop. Fill the scoop lightly and level off using the built-in leveller. Avoid compacting powder.
Always add one level scoop of powder for each 30mL of water. Cap the bottle and shake briskly to dissolve the powder.
Test temperature on wrist before feeding. Feed immediately (do not store). Discard unfinished feeds.
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