Nestle BEBA FM 85 (FM85) - Baby formula 200g


  • $104.50

BEBA FM 85 200g is a hypoallergenic preparation for breast milk enrichment.
Nestlé FM 85 is intended for premature babies, babies with low birth weight, or babies who are not gaining weight. The instant preparation is easily digestible.
Food for special nutrition, infant formula.

Package size is 200 g.

Dosage and method of use

The following dilution is only recommended and may be changed at the discretion of the physician. If specific data on the composition of breast milk are not available, the standard amount for final fortification is 1 scoop per 20 ml of breast milk.
It is recommended to gradually increase the amount of added product from 1 g per 100 ml of breast milk to 5 g per 100 ml of breast milk within 5-7 days.

The size of the measuring cup is 1 g.


Nutritional values ​​per 100 g:  Energy value 1457 kJ / 348 kcal, Fats 0.4 g, Carbohydrates 66 g, Proteins 20 g, Salt 1.3 g.
Minerals per 100 g: Sodium 520 mg, Potassium 1320 mg, Chlorides 460 mg, Calcium 1500 mg, Phosphorus 900 mg, Magnesium 80 mg, Manganese 126 mcg, Selenium 50 mcg, Iron 34.4 mg, Copper 1 mg, Zinc 18 mg, Iodine 260 mcg, Chromium <19 mcg, Molybdenum <20 mcg, Fluorides <60 mcg.
Vitamins per 100 g: A 7100 mcg, D 75 mcg, K 160 mcg, C 350 mg, B1 3 mg, B2 4 mg, B6 2.6 mg, Niacin 30 mg, k. Leaf 800 mcg, B12 2.3 mcg , p. pantothenic acid 14 mg, Biotin 70 mcg, E 80 mg, taurine 36 mg, l-carnitine 70 mg, choline 171 mg, inositol 78 mg, Osmolarity 108 m0sm / l.


Breastfeeding is the best way to feed a baby, because breast milk provides an ideally balanced diet, provides protection against various diseases and is also a source of other benefits for both mother and baby.
It is recommended that the decision on how to breastfeed be consulted with a doctor or nurse / assistant. A specialist's recommendation also helps prepare for breastfeeding and maintain lactation. 
The purpose of infant formula is to replace breast milk if the mother decides to stop breast-feeding or for certain reasons breastfeeding is not possible. Remember that the decision to stop breast-feeding or to introduce partial bottle feeding will reduce the amount of milk produced. If for any reason you decide to stop breast-feeding, remember that such a decision is difficult to change. The social consequences of using infant milk and, last but not least, the financial burden associated with its use must also be taken into account. Alternative infant milk must always be prepared, used and stored according to the instructions on the label to avoid endangering the health of the child. With the introduction of foods that complement the dairy diet, it must be remembered that they must be adapted to the needs of the child, must be safe and served as recommended.

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