Similac Baby Food Stage 2 Follow-Up Infant Formula (After 6 Months) Refill Of 400 G
Similac Baby Food Stage 2 is a spray dried formula designed for infants from 6 months onward as part of a healthy diet during and after weaning. Even though it is believed that mother’s milk is best for a baby, sometimes it is unavailable and formula makes up for all the nutrition your baby needs.
· This is a vegetarian product.
· Similac has a fat blend that supports easy digestion and promotes calcium absorption.
· Contains neuro-nutrients such as Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, Choline, Iron, Taurine, Iodine, Folic Acid and Zinc which are known to support a baby’s brain development.
· It also contains Vitamin A, antioxidant vitamins C & E and zinc, which are known to support the baby’s immune system.
· Contains Essential fatty acids, Vitamins and Minerals (such as Calcium and Iron) that are known to support the healthy growth of the baby.
How to Use
· Use as directed by your baby’s physician.
· Maintain proper hygiene while handling, storage and when preparing follow-up formulas.
· Powdered follow-up formula is not sterile and should not be fed to premature infants or infants who might have immune problems unless directed and supervised by your baby’s physician.
· Use boiled water.
· Allow the water to cool to lukewarm and follow mixing instructions carefully.
· Use only the scoop enclosed in this box to measure Similac 2 powder.
· Store in a cool and dry place.
· Keep away from direct sunlight.
· Keep out of the reach of children.
· Consult a doctor and do not exceed the recommended dose.
· Always check the expiry date on Similac Baby Food Stage 2 Follow-Up Infant Formula.
Q1. How should I store the prepared formula?
Ans 1. If you prepare more than one feeding, it must be refrigerated at 35º – 40º F (2º – 4º C) and must be used within 24 hours. Once feeding begins, use within one hour or discard.
Q2. How do I get my baby to feed full?
Ans 2. You must extend the time between feeds. Do this gradually over a number of days so that your baby is ready for a full feed.
Q3. Does the formula really go bad in an hour?
Ans 3. Yes, prepared infant formula can spoil if it is left out at room temperature.