Aptamil 2 [6-12 months] – 800g
Aptamil 2 Follow On Milk Key Features
- Product type: Milk Powder
- Brand: Aptamil
- Country of origin: UK
- Quantity: 800gm
Aptamil 2 Follow On Milk Product Description
Aptamil 2 Follow On Milk with Pronutra-ADVANCE is nutritionally tailored to complement a weaning diet from 6-12 months. It provides:
Vitamins A,C & D and Iron
With vitamin D to support the normal function of the immune system
Enriched with Iron to support normal cognitice development
Our patented blend of Galacto- and Fructo-oligosaccharides
Omega-3 LCPs (DHA)
Contains Omega-3 (DHA) to support normal visual development.
Why Aptamil 2 Follow On Milk
Did you know that follow-on milks help support a weaning diet? At 6 months your baby may be trying lots of new things, from sitting up, to using a sippy cup and trying solids. Each new experience can help them build resilience and practise skills they’ll use later in life.
Between 6-12 months milk remains an important part of their diet, especially during weaning
They still need 500-600ml of breast milk or formula milk a day
If you use formula milk, you could try stage 2 follow-on milk which contains vitamin D to help support the normal function of the immune system.
After six months your baby has an increased nutritional need for iron. Iron helps support normal cognitive development, making iron-rich foods an important part of their weaning diet.
How to Prepare Aptamil 2 Follow On Milk
The preparation instructions for our new formulation have changed slightly. We recognise we need to do everything we can to make the new preparation process as easy to follow as possible. Our instructions have been designed to ensure our products are prepared safely. See our step-by-step guides and bottle feeding articles for further assistance
Important Notice about Aptamil 2 Follow On Milk
Breastfeeding is the best for babies. Aptamil 2 Follow On Milk should always be used on the advice of a doctor, midwife, health visitor, public health nurse, dietician, pharmacist, or other professional responsible for maternal and childcare. When bottle feeding do not allow prolonged or frequent contact of milk feeds with your baby’s teeth as this increases the risk of tooth decay. Ask your health professional or dentist for advice. Make sure your baby’s teeth are cleaned after the last feed at night.