Brought to you by Danone Nutricia, Europe’s No. 1 Baby Milk Company*, Aptamil Toddler Gold+ is specially formulated with Pronutra+, a unique system of nutrients to help lay the foundations for your child’s future progress.
Aptamil Gold+ Stage 3 with Pronutra+ contains
157mg DHA^ to help meet recommendations for daily DHA intake*. DHA is an important building block for brain & eye development**.
Patented Prebiotic Blend scGOS : lcFOS (9:1) helps support your child’s natural defences
Iron and Vitamin C are necessary for normal immune system function
Goodness of cow’s milk & 16 essential vitamins & minerals to support growth & development
*Danone Nutricia ELN is the first Ranked Milk Formula manufacturer both in Sales Value and Sales Volume in the total grocery channels for 19 countries (From Nielsen database: BEL, CZE/SLO, EE, LV, LT, FR, HU, IE, IT, PL, PT, RO, CH. From IRI database: NL, UK,GD, DE, ES) during MAT period Dec 2017.
Reference: FAO 2010. Fats and fatty acids in human nutrition. Report of an expert consultation. FAO Food and Nutrition Paper no.91. FAO: Rome.
**For Aptamil Gold+ Stage 2 and 3
- Composition(Unit) Per 100g/100ml
- Energy(Kcal) 424/70
- Energy(kJ) 1779/294
- Fat(g) 13.3/2.2
- DHA(mg) 157/26
- EPA(mg) 38/6.2
- DPA(mg) 6.7/1.1
- Alpha-Linolenic Acid(mg) 266/44
- Protein(g) 14.5/2.4
- Carbohydrates(g) 58/9.5
- Sucrose(g) Nil/Nil
- Prebiotic blend(g) 7.9/1.3
- Vitamin A(mcg RE) 297/49
- Vitamin D3/mcg 5.6/0.93
- Vitamin E(mcg alpha-TE) 10.3/1.7
- Vitamin B1(mg) 0.61/0.1
- Vitamin B2(mg) 1.1/0.18
- Nitacin(mg) 4.9/0.81
- Vitamin B6(mg) 0.73/0.12
- Folic Acid(mcg) 194/32
- Vitamin B12(mcg) 1.8/0.29
- Vitamin C(mg) 79/13.0
- Calcium(mg) 593/98
- Phosphorus(mg) 424/70
- Magnesium(mg) 77/12.7
- Sodium/mg 163/27
- Iron(mg) 7.9/1.3
- Zinc(mg) 5.0/0.83
- Iodine(mcg) 133/22
Skim milk, maltodextrin, lactose, vegetable oils, whole milk, galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS), glucose, fructo-oligosaccharide (FOS), refined tuna oil, dry glucose syrup, sodium caseinate, dextrose monohydrate, galactose, calcium carbonate, magnesium sulphate, vitamin C (sodium ascorbate), di-potassium hydrogen phosphate, calcium hydroxide, magnesium chloride, ferric pyrophosphate, DL- alpha tocopheryl acetate, emulsifier (soy lecithin), zinc sulphate, tri-potassium citrate, nicotinamide, vitamin A acetate, riboflavin, vitamin D3, antioxidant (natural tocopherols (E306), ascorbyl palmitate, DL-alpha tocopherols (E307)), folic acid, pyridoxine hydrochloride, cyanocobalamin, thiamine, potassium iodide
Contains milk, fish and soy.
|Age||Boiled lukewarm Water
|Level scoops of powder*||Number of feeds per day|
Wash hands before preparing the feed. Wash and rinse cup and all utensils thoroughly.
Using the scoop enclosed, add 2 level scoops of powder to 100mL of drinking water. Fill the scoop lightly using the built-in leveller. For smaller volumes, simply add 1 scoop to each 50mL of water.
Whisk, shake or stir the mixture briskly to dissolve powder. Serve immediately, or for a cold drink chill in the coldest part of the refrigerator for 1 hour before serving. For a warm drink, heat slightly before serving.
Natural Defences & Brain Development
The only Patented Prebiotic Blend^ supporting your child's natural defences1
Clinical Study published in Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition (JPGN2)
1 Arslanoglu et al. 2008. Journal of Nutrition, 138:1091-1095
2 Chatchatee P et al. Effects of Growing-Up Milk Supplemented With Prebiotics and LCPUFAs on Infections in Young Children. JPGN 2014; 58(4):428-437
Closest to helping your baby meet the World Health Organization (WHO) daily recommended DHA intake3
WHO Daily recommended DHA intake levels3
3 As compared to other Growing Up Formula in Singapore for daily recommended feed. FAO/World Health Organisation recommends daily DHA intake level of 10-12mg/kg body weight for children 6-24 months,
100-150mg DHA+EPA for children 2-4 years of age or 150-200mg DHA+EPA for children 4-6 years of age. Reference: FAO 2010. Fats and fatty acids in human nutrition. Report of an expert consultation. FAO Food
and Nutrition Paper no.91. FAO: Rome.