What else is in your infant formula?
Alpha-lactalbumin: a-lactalbumin is the most abundant whey protein found in breast milk. It is easily digested and rich in essential amino acid proteins.
Carbohydrate – required as a source of energy and heat in the body. Also essential as a source of glucose which supports brain function.
Energy - this is the total amount of energy in kilojoules that the product can supply.
Fat – essential for the development of the nervous system and for energy storage.
Iodine – a mineral low in soils. Iodine is important for thyroid gland function, this helps to keep body temperature balanced and encourages normal development and growth.
Iron – is vital for healthy red blood cells. It helps to protect the immune system and is essential for growth, energy, and brain development.
Selenium – a mineral low in soils. Selenium is essential for healthy immunity and heart development.
Vitamin C – is vital for supporting the immune system. It helps in the absorption of iron and calcium.
Vitamin D – important for the absorption of the mineral Calcium which is required for strong teeth and bones. Vitamin D is also important for the immune system.
Vitamin K – is essential to prevent excess bleeding and also assists with the strengthening of bones.
Zinc – is required in many parts of the body for a variety of functions – support for the immune system, healthy growth, and reproductive development.