Humana’s second infant milk is given after the 6th month and for the entire duration of the bottle feeding:
– Αfter breastfeeding
– After Humana 1 infant milk or any other infant formula
– In the context of mixed meals in combination with creams
– Enriched with bisglycine iron
– With omega-3 / omega-6 fatty acids which promote the development of brain and nerve cells
– With 100% lactose & probiotics
– With increased vitamin D and K which significantly supports the absorption of calcium, contributing to the development of strong bones
– Largely adapted to breast milk protein percentages
No added salts
Your baby is growing every day, becomes more and more active and tastes the first solid food. Humana ProBalance Follow-On Formula 2 contains only lactose as a carbohydrate.
ARA (arachidonic acid) – an omega-6 fatty acid.
ALA (Alpha-Linolenic Acid) – an essential omega-3 fatty acid, contributes to the development of brain and nerve tissue.
GOS (Galacto-Oligosaccharide) – dietary fiber.
Vitamin C – promotes normal function of the immune system.
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) – the absorption of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) contributes to the normal development of vision in infants up to 12 months of age. (The positive result is achieved with a daily intake of 100 mg DHA).
Humana ProBalance is our promise to you and your baby: The best Humana monitoring formula we have ever had.
Safe: The safety cap on the box, 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-to-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.
Exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months is ideal for your baby. Like any milk that follows, Humana Follow-on Milk 2 should not be used as a breast milk substitute for the first 6 months, but only after the 6th month as part of a mixed diet. However, your baby’s individual growth and developmental needs may necessitate the introduction of complementary foods as part of a mixed diet at an early stage in your baby’s diet. Seek the advice of your pediatrician.
Do not allow your baby to breastfeed constantly from the bottle. Like breast milk, baby foods contain carbohydrates which, if in frequent or prolonged contact with the teeth, can cause tooth decay.