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SMA Extra Hungry Infant Milk Powder From Birth 900g

SMA Extra Hungry Infant Milk Powder From Birth 900g

SKU : CHN3473824|PIP-Code : 3473824|EAN : 7613034675996
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SMA Extra Hungry Infant Milk Powder is a nutritionally complete formula for extra hungry babies from birth to 6 months.
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SMA Extra Hungry Infant Milk Powder From Birth

SMA Extra Hungry Infant Milk Powder is a nutritionally complete formula for extra hungry babies from birth to 6 months. The specially tailored formula contains casein as the main protein which takes longer for babies to digest than the proteins in other formulas, keeping them feeling fuller for longer, but does not contain any more calories or fat than SMA First Infant Milk. This can help delay weaning until the recommended time of 6 months. SMA Extra Hungry Infant Milk Powder can also be used to combination feed with breast milk.

SMA Extra Hungry Infant Milk Powder is enriched with omega 3 and 6 to support healthy brain, eye and nervous system development

SMA Extra Hungry Infant Milk Powder
is Halal approved and is suitable for vegetarians. The 900g powder comes with a scoop storage in the lid and a handy built-in levelling bar inside the can. 
Whilst SMA products are made under strict hygienic conditions, they are not sterile. Failure to follow instructions on preparation and storage may make your baby ill.
  1. Wash hands well. Sterilise all utensils to the instructions from the relevant manufacturers.
  2. Boil 1 litre of fresh tap water. Allow boiled water to cool for no more than 30 minutes. Measure the required amount of water (see feeding guide on can) into the sterilised bottle, carefully – the water is hot. Do not use artificially softened or repeatedly boiled water.
  3. Using the scoop provided in the can, add the correct number of scoops of powder (see feeding guide on can), levelling off each scoop with the handy built-in levelling bar inside the can (900 g only). Alternatively use the back of a clean dry knife to level off each scoop. Replace plastic lid on can.
  4. Place the sterilised teat and cap on the bottle and shake well. Cool bottle under cold running water until lukewarm. Test temperature by shaking a few drops on to the inside of your wrist.
Feeding Guide
Lactose (milk), skimmed milk, vegetable oils (palm, coconut, sunflower, soya), emulsifier (soya lecithin), long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (AA, DHA), calcium hydroxide, L-cysteine, vitamin C, sodium citrate, inositol, potassium hydroxide, taurine, potassium bicarbonate, choline chloride, nucleotides (cytidine-, disodium uridine-, adenosine-, disodium inosine-, disodium guanosine-5’-monophosphate), ferrous sulphate, magnesium chloride, zinc sulphate, antioxidants (tocopherol-rich extract, ascorbyl palmitate), vitamin E, niacin, vitamin A, pantothenic acid, copper sulphate, thiamin, vitamin B6, vitamin D, folic acid, manganese sulphate, riboflavin, potassium iodide, vitamin K, sodium selenite, biotin, vitamin B12.
 Typical Values per
100ml prepared feed
Energy280kJ / 67 kcal
of which, saturates1.6g
of which, unsaturates2g
of which, sugars7g
Vitamin A75µg
Vitamin D1.1µg
Vitamin E0.74mg
Vitamin K6.7µg
Vitamin C9mg
Vitamin B60.06mg
Folic Acid13µg
Vitamin B120.18µg
Pantothenic Acid0.37mg
Omega 3:-
α-linolenic acid (ALA)42mg
Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)7.1mg
Omega 6:-
Linoleic Acid (LA)520mg
Arachidonic Acid (AA)12.3mg
Breastfeeding is best for babies. Good maternal nutrition is important for the preparation and maintenance of breastfeeding. Introducing partial bottle-feeding may have a negative effect on breastfeeding and reversing a decision not to breastfeed is difficult. You should always seek the advice of a doctor, midwife, health visitor, public health nurse, dietitian or pharmacist on the need for and proper method of use of infant milks and on all matters of infant feeding. Social and financial implications should be considered when selecting a method of infant feeding. Infant milk should always be prepared and used as directed. Inappropriate foods or feeding methods, or improper use of infant formula, may present a health hazard.
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