NAN Optipro 1800g
Infant milk from birth.
NAN Optipro 1 is a milk for healthy infants, from birth, when not breastfed, with a unique protein composition.
- NAN Optipro 1 infant milk was inspired by the research of breast milk, giving rise to a unique formula. Breast milk is the best food for the baby and has unique components, such as proteins in the right quality and quantity that help your baby to grow and develop in a healthy way and human milk oligosaccharides, unique components found in breast milk and that help to strengthen the immune system.
- With OPTIPRO - A unique protein technology with the right quality and quantity of proteins for your baby.
- With DHA - as required by law for all infant formulas.
- 100% Lactose.
Directions for use:
Wash your hands thoroughly before preparing the bottle. Wash the bottle, teat and lid thoroughly so as not to leave any remaining milk. Boil drinking water for 5 minutes. Allow to cool. Refer to the power table. Pour the exact amount of boiled water into the bottle. Use only the measuring spoon in the can. Use the rim of the can to level the amount of powder in the measure. After use, place the measuring spoon in suspension inside the can. Cover the bottle and shake until the powder is completely dissolved. Give it to the baby immediately. Cover the can properly after each use and store in a cool, dry place. Once opened, consume within a maximum of 3 weeks.
The best way to feed a baby is breast milk as it ensures a balanced, ideal diet and protection against disease as well as many non-nutritional benefits for both mother and baby. We recommend that you talk to your healthcare professional about the decision on how you are going to feed your baby. Support should be obtained to prepare and maintain breastfeeding. If you choose to breastfeed, it will be important to eat healthy and varied. The infant formula is intended to replace breast milk when mothers choose not to breastfeed, or for whatever reason they are unable to do so. The decision not to breastfeed, or to partially introduce bottle feeding, will reduce the supply of breast milk. If for any reason you choose not to breastfeed, remember that this decision can be difficult to reverse. The use of infant formulas also has social and financial implications that will need to be considered. The infant formula must always be prepared, used and stored according to the instructions on the label, in order to avoid risks to the baby's health.