Lactonic Gold Ar Baby Milk 400 Gm.
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Lactonic AR 400 GM:
Lactonic AR Anti-Reflux Milk is a Special formula for children and infants suffering from reflux thanks to its content of carob flour and casein protein, both nutrients increase the texture of milk, which reduces the reflux it is also easy to digest full nutritional system that supports the physical and mental development of the child. Can be used from birth to one year.
- Powdered milk 400 gm
Lactonic AR features:
- Lactonic AR Milk is an infant formula that can be used from birth to one
- Lactonic AR Milk is suitable for children with reflux because it contains carob flour and protein casein.
- Carob flour and casein protein increase the texture of milk, which reduces the chances of reflux.
- Lactonic AR milk contains Nucleotides, Arachidonic acid, and docosahexaenoic
- Nucleotides support the growth and development of the child and fill the amino acid demand.
- Docosahexaenoic acid and Arachidonic acid support the child's mental development and maintain it.
How to prepare Lactonic AR:
- Wash your hands before preparing the feed.
- Wash the feeder and all its parts to get rid of the remnants of the previous feed.
- Boil the feeder and all parts for five minutes and keep it covered until use.
- Boil drinking water for five minutes and leave to cool.
- Pour water in feeder according to the quantity specified in the feeding table.
- Use only the scale available inside the package and remove the excess.
- Add the amount mentioned in the feeding table.
- Shake the feeder until the melting is complete.
- Close the package tightly and keep it in a cool dry place and should be used within four weeks of opening.
- Follow the feeding schedule mentioned on Lactonic AR can.
Regurgitation (reflux) in infants:
- Passage of stomach contents into the esophagus and it is called uncomplicated reflux or spitting up.
- Normal process occurs several times a day in healthy infants.
It may be converted to Gastroesophageal Reflux disease with the followings:
- Recurrent vomiting.
- Feeding refusal.
- Recurrent pneumonia.
Causes of regurgitation (reflux) in infants:
- Upper sphincter muscle that does not fully work.
- Overfeeding with too excessive quantities.
How to manage regurgitation (reflux) in infants:
- Fewer quantities of feeding and change to more frequency.
- Change the formula to thickened (AR) formula after consulting your doctor.
- Monitor your baby’s position and adjust him to not face down position during sleeping.