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** FRANCE LAIT® 3 (1 to 3 years) Growing-Up milk formula. 13 Vitamins / 11 Minerals / 2 Essential Fatty Acids / Bifidogenous Effect. Net weight: 400g. ** Because toddlers betwe...Search for similar items
** FRANCE LAIT® 3 (1 to 3 years) Growing-Up milk formula. 13 Vitamins / 11 Minerals / 2 Essential Fatty Acids / Bifidogenous Effect. Net weight: 400g. ** Because toddlers betwe...
** FRANCE LAIT® 3 (1 to 3 years) Growing-Up milk formula. 13 Vitamins / 11 Minerals / 2 Essential Fatty Acids / Bifidogenous Effect. Net weight: 400g.
** Because toddlers between 1 and 3 years old have specific nutritional needs, the FRANCE LAIT Laboratory has created this growing-up milk formula. Its formula contains fewer proteins and 25 times more iron than cow’s milk, 2 essential fatty acids, 13 vitamins, 11 minerals and bifidogenous fibres for the growth of your child. Children particularly appreciate its vanilla taste.
** IMPORTANT NOTICE: Breast milk is the ideal food for babies. France Lait Growing-Up Milk formula can supplement this in the event of any deficiencies or replace it if you are cannot or do not wish to breast-feed. It is used to complement a varied diet. Incorrect use can put the baby's health at risk. Seek medical advice before using France Lait Growing-Up Milk formula. Do not use for babies under 6 months old.
** PRECAUTIONS FOR USE TO ENSURE THE HEALTH OF YOUR BABY: - Strictly follow the instructions regarding dosing and cup preparation. - Prepare the cup for immediate use. - Discard any milk leftover in the cup. - Use only the measuring scoop supplied. - Do not add any sugar. - Wash the cup and utensils immediately after feeding. - Hermetically seal the tin with the plastic cap after use and store in a cool, dry place.
** FRANCE LAIT MUST BE USED WITHIN 4 WEEKS OF OPENING.
** INGREDIENTS: Partly skimmed milk, vegetable oils (palm, soya, coconut, sunflower), maltodextrins, whey proteins, lactose, fructo-oligosaccharides (< 0.8 g/100 ml), mineral salts (calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate, magnesium sulphate, sodium hydroxide, iron gluconate, zinc sulphate, copper gluconate, manganese gluconate, potassium iodide), emulsifier: soya lecithin, vitamins (A, D3, E, K1, C, B1, B2, PP, B5, B6, biotin, folic acid, B12), flavor: vanillin, antioxidant: tocopherol rich extract.
** Average Composition: per 100g: - Energy 459 kcal / 1918 kJ - Proteins 15 g - Carbohydrates 55 g: Lactose 36 g, Maltodextrins 14 g, Fructo-oligosaccharides 5 g - Fats 21 g: Linoleic acid 4,4 g, Linolenic acid 440 mg - Moisture content < 3% - Vitamins: A 1820 IU (551 mcg), D3 470 IU (11,7 mcg), E 12 IU (8 mg), K1 25 mcg, C 73 mg, B1 0,6 mg, B2 1 mg, Niacin (PP) 11 mg, B6 0,8 mg, Folic acid 120 mcg, Pantothenic acid 3,4 mg, B12 2 mcg, Biotin 20 mcg - Minerals 4,8 g: Calcium 940 mg, Phosphorus 540 mg, Sodium 240 mg, Potassium 900 mg, Magnesium 75 mg, Chloride 560 mg, Iron 9 mg, Copper 430 mcg, Zinc 8 mg, Manganese 35 mcg, Iodine 77 mcg
** Preparation: - Wash your hands thoroughly. Wash the cup and utensils and then sterilise them in boiling water for at least 10 minutes. - Boil fresh, clear water for 10 minutes and leave to cool to a maximum temperature of 40 degrees C. Refer to the feeding table and pour the quantity of warm water corresponding to your child's age into the sterilised cup. - Add the exact number of level measuring scoops of France Lait powder according to the feeding table. - Close the cup and shake until the powder has completely dissolved. - Check the temperature by testing a few drops of milk on your wrist.
** Feeding Table: 1 level measuring scoop of France Lait Growing-Up Milk Formula per 30 ml of boiled water (13.5%). - Age of infant (1/3 years): 210 ml water + 7 Measures = 2-3 Cups/day
** Your doctor can adjust the dosage and number of cups to suit your child's requirements.
** Packed in a protected atmosphere.
** Manufactured in FRANCE and packed for: REGILAIT - CS 20309 - 71009 MACON CEDEX استيراد : شركة ايفا فارما
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