Novalac Nutritionally Complete Infant Formula Constipation 800g

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Novalac Nutritionally Complete Infant Formula Constipation 800g

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Novalac Nutritionally Complete Infant Formual Constipation is an infant milk formula has been specially developed to provide relief for babies with constipation.
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Novalac Nutritionally Complete Infant Formual Constipation is an infant milk formula has been specially developed to provide relief for babies with constipation. It contains a balanced blend of nutrients to help maintain the transit of food through your baby's gut. The whey dominant formula combines with a special combination of nutrients helps your baby maintain regularilty. Novalac Constipation is not suitable for general use and should be used under medical supervison. Novalac Constipation is suitable for ongoing use for babies who experience constipation.
Dosage

Refer to tin for full instructions and feeding guide.

Active Ingredients

Skimmed milk, demineralized whey, vegetable oils (soy and palm), lactose, calcium citrate, calcium carbonate, di-potassium phosphate, vitamins ( A, D3, E, K1, B1, B2, B6, B12, C, Niacin, Biotin, Folic acid, Pantothenic acid ), magnesium chloride, emulsifier : soy lecithin, disodium phosphate, sodium chloride, potassium chloride, choline bitartrate, taurine, potassium hydroxide, iron sulphate, zinc sulphate, anti-oxidant : tocopherols, inositol, L-Carnitine, potassium iodide, copper sulphate, sodium selenite, manganese sulphate.

Warnings

Use within 3 weeks of opening. Novalac Constipation is not suitable for general use and should be used under medical supervision. Breast milk is best for babies. Good maternal nutrition is important for preparation and maintenance of breast-feeding. Introducing partial bottle feeding could negatively affect breast-feeding and reversing a decision not to breast-feed is difficult. Infant formula should be prepared and used as directed. Social and financial implications should be considered when selecting a method of feeding.