The Amulspray Infant Milk Substitute is an ideal source of nutrition for your little one in the absence of breast milk. Even though breast milk is considered the ultimate diet for an infant, this milk powder from Amul can serve as a safe temporary alternative in conditions where effective breastfeeding is not possible or when breast milk is insufficient. It is specially formulated to provide the best nourishment for your baby and it is fortified with Vitamins A, D, K, B-Group, C, Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Iron, Copper, Iodine, Manganese and Zinc. This product is formulated under the guidelines set by the Codex Commission of WHO/FAO. Additionally, it also meets the BIS specifications, thereby ensuring the highest safety. This milk substitute is also being distributed under the ICDS scheme (a special nutrition program run by various state governments) and can be used as a dairy whitener as well.
- The Amulspray Infant Milk Substitute is a great alternative source of nutrition for your baby in situations where breastfeeding is not possible.
- It is fortified with Vitamins A, D, K, B-Group, C and minerals such as Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Iron, Copper, Iodine, Manganese and Zinc.
- In addition to the above, this milk substitute also contains proper amounts of protein, fat, carbohydrates, folic acid, etc.
- It forms a complete diet for your little one, ensuring their best growth and development.
- It has been carefully formulated by meeting the guidelines set by the Codex Commission of WHO/FAO and the Bureau of Indian Standard specification No. IS 14433 (Part I):1997.
- It falls under the Infant Milk Substitutes, Feeding Bottles and Infant Foods (Regulation of Production, Supply and Distribution Act 1992).
- It can also be used as a dairy whitener.
Per 100 g:
- Milk Fat - 18g
- Milk Protein - 22g
- Carbohydrates - 50g
- Added Vitamins and Minerals
- It can be used as a temporary alternative to breast milk in conditions where breastfeeding seems impossible or when breast milk is inadequate.
- It forms a complete source of nutrition for your baby, being rich in the necessary vitamins and minerals.
- It contains all the beneficial nutrients in the right quantities that facilitate your baby’s growth and development.
- It can be used as a dairy whitener at home.
How to Use
- Sterilise the cap, nipple, glass and spoon by boiling for 10 minutes.
- Measure the correct quantity of pre boiled lukewarm water into the sterilised glass.
- Add the correct quantity of Amulspray powder to water. Use the Amul measuring spoon (about 4.5 g Amulspray). Do not heap the spoon, cut level.
- Stir with the sterilised spoon until the powder mixes completely.
- Pour milk into the feeding bottle and feed at body temperature.
- Read the label carefully before use.
- The prepared feed should be used within half an hour otherwise, microbial invasion of the product may set in.
- Make a fresh preparation for every feed.
- Discard leftover feed.
- Ensure complete hygiene during preparation.
Q1: How will I know if my formula-fed baby is hungry?
Ans: Your baby will start to get restless, begin to turn their head and open their mouth (rooting) or find something to suck on, usually their fist or fingers. Try to feed your baby before they cry, as this is a late sign of hunger.
Q2: How often should nipples be replaced?
Ans: It would depend on how the nipples you're using hold up to cleaning, sterilising and everyday use. Be sure to check them regularly for signs of wear and replace them often.