Humana 1 baby milk is given from the 1st bottle and for the entire duration of the bottle feeding:
– As the exclusive food
– As a supplement, when breast milk is not sufficient
In combination with breast-feeding
In combination with any other infant formula
Quantitatively and qualitatively adapted to breast milk proteins
Digestible and easily absorbed due to its 100% lactose content (the main carbohydrate in breast milk)
With ω3 and ω6 essential fatty acids from 100% plant sources
Enriched with high quality long chain fatty acids (LCPUFA), nucleotides and prebiotic fibers for better development of the central nervous system, gastrointestinal tract and strengthening of the immune system.
Our promise for natural growth in perfect balance, with the Pro balance system of Humana in combination with the vertical production and the certification of GMO free feeding, is the most appropriate solution, after breastfeeding.
Your baby is growing every day and has specific nutritional needs. You can feed Humana 1 from birth – in addition to breast milk or as a sole food. With the introduction of complementary foods, we recommend switching to Humana 2 after the 6th month.
For the nutritional needs of your baby
Your baby is finally here and now you can enjoy many special moments together. You will discover a whole new world full of love and exciting new challenges. Our Humana 1 is a raw milk that can be fed to babies who are not being breastfed from birth.
Our raw milk contains DHA * (docosahexaenoic acid) and the only carbohydrate it contains is lactose. * contains DHA (required by law for infant formula)
Our promise to you and your baby: The best Humana 1 recipe ever.
Safe: The safety cap, the protective film inside and the reinforced base protect the milk powder everywhere.
Hygiene: The built-in measuring spoon holder and the very large opening minimize skin contact with powdered milk. The resealable lid offers very good protection from moisture.
Practical: The one-handed operation of the package and the built-in scraper tip make it easy to prepare the bottle.
Breastfeeding is the best nutrition for your baby. Talk to your pediatrician or midwife if you want to use an infant formula.
Do not let your baby breastfeed from the bottle all the time. Like breast milk, baby foods contain carbohydrates which, if in frequent or prolonged contact with the teeth, can cause tooth decay.