Is your baby allergic to cow’s milk protein? Aptamil Gold + HA Follow On formula is hypoallergenic and specially formulated for babies who need it.*
What’s next on your baby’s feeding journey, mama? If you’re concerned about your child developing or being at risk of an allergy to cow’s milk protein, it may be time to try out a hypoallergenic formula like Aptamil Gold + HA Follow On. But first, how do you spot an allergy?
Recognising an allergy
Did you know that one out of five children in Singapore has an allergy?1 Factors like family history can also increase the chances of your child having one. So, if Mum and Dad both have the same allergy, your child is between 60-80% likely to have it too!
Don’t know how to spot one mama? Common symptoms of allergies include hives, rashes, eczema and swelling of the skin. For respiratory allergies, these would be in the form of cough, shortness of breath, a dry and itchy throat and frequent sneezing. Digestion related allergies are often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps and diarrhoea. If allergies run in your family and you would like to find out more about hypoallergenic formula, consult your doctor today!
Aptamil Gold + HA Follow On Formula
Specially imported from Netherlands by Europe’s No. 1 Baby Milk Company, Danone Nutricia, Aptamil Gold + HA Follow On formula is for babies 6-12 months of age and made to nutritionally support your child’s growth and development.
Backed by over 50 years of scientific research in early nutrition, Aptamil Gold + HA Follow On offers a 3-way support for your child. The partially hydrolysed 100% whey protein is made specifically to address the needs of babies who require it, while the Internationally Patented Prebiotic Blend along with Zinc and Iron help build your child’s natural defences. DHA and ARA, as you probably already know, are important building blocks for your kiddo’s brain and eye development.
Getting your child to progress
If you think your baby has an allergy to cow’s milk protein or may be prone to develop one, consider hypoallergenic options like Aptamil Gold + HA Follow On, mama. The formula comes with partially hydrolysed whey protein and contains broken down cow’s milk protein that helps decrease the risk of developing allergy to cow’s milk protein.
Don’t worry, it’s quite easy to move onto a hypoallergenic formula, too. Simply start by gradually introducing it over a period of time until the baby and its body adapt to the new feed.
1 Mind your body. The Straits Times, 13 Jan 2011, Van Bever, Hugo, Allergic disease in children, World Scientific 2009
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