Sunar Complex 2 8 x 600 gr
Sunar complex 2 is a follow-on milk formula. It is intended to feed infants from the end of the 6th month of age on weaning or if they cannot be breast-fed. Milk fat gives the milk a delicious taste. It should only be part of the infant's mixed diet.
Sunar complex offers you a complete solution of infant and toddler milk formulas. We recommend switching to Sunar complex 3 from the end of the 12th month.
Calcium and vitamin D are needed for normal bone growth and development in children.
Vitamins A, C and D contribute to the normal functioning of the immune system .
Milk fat gives the milk a delicious taste. This will keep your child happy
For 100 ml of reconstituted milk, mix 3 leveled measuring cups in 90 ml of boiled drinking water. The full measuring cup contains 4.9 g of Sunaru complex 2 and corresponds to 22.8 Kcal (different dosage will be determined by your doctor). Use the enclosed measuring cup for preparation. Do not change the powder to water ratio. Food for particular nutritional uses.
skimmed milk , lactose (from milk ), maltodextrin, whey protein (from milk ), sunflower oil, milk fat, galactooligosaccharides (from milk sugar), rapeseed oil, palm oil, coconut oil, potassium citrate, sodium citrate, calcium orthophosphate , potassium chloride, emulsifier ( soya lecithin), magnesium chloride, calcium carbonate, L-ascorbic acid, fish oil, choline chloride, Mortierella alpina oil, ferrous sulfate, taurine, inositol, L-ascorbyl palmitate, zinc sulfate, L-carnitine, nicotinamide, calcium D-pantothenate, DL-alpha tocopheryl acetate, copper sulfate, D-alpha tocopherol, thiamine hydrochloride, retinyl acetate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, manganese sulfate, riboflavin, potassium iodide, folic acid, sodium selenite, phytomenadione, D-biotin, cholecalciferol, cyanocobalamin.
The composition refers to the dried state of the food.
Breastfeeding is the best way of feeding for newborns and infants. Sunar complex 2 is not intended to replace breast milk during the first six months of life. The decision to initiate the use of baby foods, including any exemption from the six month age rule, should be taken only on the recommendation of a physician or a person qualified in nutrition, pharmacy or mother and child care, depending on the individual growth and developmental needs of the particular infant. Proper compliance with the preparation instructions is important for infant health.