Recommended for diarrhoea periods and cow milk sensitivity.
Since 1966, Abbott's Isomil®, a soy formula solution made from high quality soy proteins, has been helping children with lactose-intolerance, allergies to regular cow milk-based formulas and diarrhoea. A gentle formula containing nutrients AA, DHA and calcium to support mental and physical growth, Isomil® 2 Advance® soy follow-on is the No.1 1 soy protein formula in Singapore.
|How does it benefit?|
HIGH QUALITY SOY PROTEIN FORMULA
NOW WITH THE ADVANCE SYSTEM OF NUTRIENTS
MOST ADVANCED IMMUNIFY® INGREDIENTS
(Unique patented, easily digested vegetable fat blend without palm olein oil)
|Contains calcium to support development of strong bones and teeth|
DUOCARB ADVANTAGE™Unique blend of 2 carbohydrates with different absorptive pathways. Absorption of the carbohydrates may be additive and greater than the absorption of either carbohydrate used alone.
SUPPORTS GROWTH SIMILAR TO COW MILK-BASED FORMULAS 2Babies fed with Isomil® have been clinically shown to have weight, length and head circumference growth similar to cow milk based formulas.
GOOD SAFETY AND TOLERABILITY PROFILE
|* as of May 2010|
** Only applicable for children up to 3 years of age
^ Only applicable for Stage 3
|Isomil® 2 Advance® Nutrition Education Series: "Diarrhoea – Common Concerns" Mind Your Body Advertorials|
Diarrhoea is a common childhood illness. When babies and children have diarrhoea, the stool contains more water than normal.
Parents and caregivers are advised to consult their family physician or paediatrician on the use of soy formula for their children.
References1 Based on sales value data reported by Nielsen MarketTrack for Infant Milk category, Speciality Segment (LF, HA, Soy, Goat's Milk), for 36 months from January 2007 to December 2009, for Total Singapore. (Copyright © 2010, The Nielsen Company.)
2 Lasekan JB et al: Growth of newborn, term infants fed soy formulas for one year. Clinical Paediatrics 1999; 38: 563-571
3 American Academy of Paediatrics Committee on Nutrition: Soy Protein-based Formulas - Recommendations for use in infant feeding, Pediatics 1998: 148-153
4 Jensen CL, et al. Effect of dietary linoleic/α – linolenic acid ratio on growth and visual function of term infants. J Pediatr. 1997;131;200-9