Proper preparation of powder or concentrated liquid infant formula also requires the use of boiled water to mix with the formula and clean implements as well as careful adherence to mixing instructions.
Breastfeeding is the best source of infant nutrition. Good maternal nutrition is important for the preparation and maintenance of breastfeeding. When infant formula is to be used; a mother should be aware of the financial and social implications of formula feeding; the difficulty of reversing the decision of not to breastfeed; and the care that must be taken to prevent partial formula feeding from interfering with lactation. Your doctor should be consulted before initiating formula feeding.
Each 100 g contains Protein 9.6 g; fat 23 g; linoleic acid 3;800 mg; ?-linolenic acid 270 mg; carbohydrate 60 g; vit A 1;590 IU; vit D 270 IU; vit E 9.6 IU; vit K1 43 mcg; thiamine 370 mcg; riboflavin 770 mcg; vit B6 300 mcg; vit B12 1.68 mcg; niacin 4;700 mcg; folic acid 72 mcg; pantothenic acid 2;400 mcg; biotin 14.4 mcg; vit C 87 mg; Ca 480 mg; P 260 mg; Mg 38 mg; Fe 5.8 mg; Zn 4 mg; manganese 111 mcg; copper 260 mcg; iodine 82 mcg; Na 130 mg; K 520 mg; Cl 300 mg; selenium 13.9 mcg; choline 115 mg; inositol 24 mg; taurine 26 mg; carnitine 7.2 mg; dietary fiber (inulin) 1.49 g. Energy: 480 kCal