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Nutrition Per 100mlEnergy : 281kJ/67kcal, Fat : 3.5g, of which: saturates : 1.1g, polyunsaturates : 0.8g, Carbohydrate : 7.3g, of which: sugars : 7.2g, of which: lactose: 7.1g, Fibre : 0.3g, Protein : 1.6g, Salt : 0.05g, Sodium : 0.02g, Potassium: 75mg, Calcium: 80mg, Phosphorus: 44mg, Chloride: 45mg, Magnesium: 5.0mg, Iron: 0.7mg, Zinc: 0.5mg, Copper: 45æg, Iodine: 15æg, Manganese: 7.0æg, Selenium: 1.5æg, Fluoride: <5æg, Vitamin C : 10mg, Vitamin A : 70æg, Vitamin D : 1.0æg, Vitamin E : 0.8mg, Thiamin (Vitamin B1) : 0.06mg, Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) : 0.11mg, Vitamin B6 : 0.05mg, Vitamin B12 : 0.15æg, Folic acid : 10æg, Pantothenic acid : 0.50mg, Vitamin K : 5.5æg, Biotin : 1.5æg, Niacin : 0.44mg, Cholin: 10.8mg, Inositol: 5.5mg, Further nutritional values: , Linoleic acid (omega-6): 0.6g, ?-linolenic acid (omega-3): 0.07g, LCPs: 14mg, DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid): 6.9mg, AA (Arachidonic acid): 6.9mg, Galacto-oligosaccharides: 0.3g, Casein: 1.3g, Whey: 0.3g, *Typical values per 100ml prepared feed: , The above analytical values are subject to the normal variations that occur with products made from natural ingredients: , Standard solution: 100ml feed is made up of 13.4g HiPP Organic hungry infant milk and 90ml water: , One level scoop contains approx 4.5g HiPP Organic hungry infant milk:
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Use and StoragePreparing the feedPlease follow preparation and feeding instructions carefully; failure to do so may make your baby ill, as powdered milks are not sterile.1 Wash hands and sterilise all equipment according to the manufacturers' instructions.2 Boil 1 litre of freshly run water and leave to cool for no longer than 30 minutes. Do not use artificially softened or repeatedly boiled water.3 Measure the required amount of water into a sterilised bottle (referring to the Feeding Guide).4 Using the scoop provided add the correct number of scoops of powder - 1 level scoop of powder to each fluid ounce of water (approx 30ml). Level off the powder using the scoop leveller. Do not press the powder.5 Place the sterilised teat and cap on the bottle and shake well until all the powder has dissolved (approx 15 seconds).6 Cool to drinking temperature (approx 37øC) by holding the bottle under cold running water. Always test the temperature of the milk before feeding.
Feeding Guide (1 scoop = approx 4.5g powder) Approx. age of baby: 0-2 weeks; Weight of baby: 3.5kg, 7.5lbs; Single feed preparation: 3 level scoops, 90ml; Cooled boiled water: 3 fl oz; Feed in 24 hours: 6; Approx. age of baby: 2-4 weeks; Weight of baby: 4kg, 9lbs; Single feed preparation: 4 level scoops, 120ml; Cooled boiled water: 4 fl oz; Feed in 24 hours: 5; Approx. age of baby: 2 months; Weight of baby: 5kg, 11lbs; Single feed preparation: 5 level scoops, 150ml; Cooled boiled water: 5 fl oz; Feed in 24 hours: 5; Approx. age of baby: 3-5 months; Weight of baby: 6-7kg, 13-15.5lbs; Single feed preparation: 6 level scoops, 180ml; Cooled boiled water: 6 fl oz; Feed in 24 hours: 5 Approx. age of baby: 6 months; Weight of baby: 7.5kg, 16.5lbs; Single feed preparation: 7 level scoops, 210ml; Cooled boiled water: 7 fl oz; Feed in 24 hours: 4; Approx. age of baby: 7-12 months; Weight of baby: 8.5-9kg, 18.5-20lbs; Single feed preparation: 7 level scoops, 210ml; Cooled boiled water: 7 fl oz; Feed in 24 hours: 3
This table is a guide only; your baby should be fed on demand, particularly in the first few weeks, and may need more or less than the volumes stated. If you need more advice, please contact your healthcare professional.
Important Feeding InformationOnly use the scoop provided in the pack Do not make feeds weaker or stronger than indicated by adding extra water/scoops, and do not add anything else to milk feeds. For hygiene reasons, always freshly prepare feeds and do not prepare in advance. Use made up feeds within 2 hours of preparation. Discard anything leftover at the end of the feed. Please note that you may notice some changes in your baby's stool consistency after switching to HiPP Organic Combiotic©: this is typical for products containing prebiotic oligosaccharides, which may make baby's stools more similar to those of breastfed babies. Do not heat feeds in a microwave, hot spots may occur which could cause scalding A responsible person should be with your baby during feeding Please clean your baby's teeth regularly when they appear Introduce a cup or beaker as soon as possible to prevent prolonged/frequent contact of teeth with milk feeds which may increase the risk of tooth decay. Use sachet within 3 weeks of opening