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Calcium

Necessary for building strong healthy bones and teeth.

DHA

Long-chain, polyunsaturated fatty acid Omega 3 series, therefore promotes the development of the brain and nerve cells.

Fluoride

Important trace element for mineralisation of teeth as well as generation of bones.

Fructose

Sugar that naturally occurs in fruit, component of saccharose (= crystal sugar).

Gluten

Is a protein found in wheat, helps to make bread dough stretchy when you're working it. It is recommended to feed babies gluten-free within the first four months as it could increase the chance of developing coeliac disease.

GOS

As they also occur in breast milk, support the development of a healthy intestinal flora.

Iodine

Important trace element for the right function of thyroid.

Iron

Important for blood formation and mental development.

Lactose

Also known as milk sugar - is a disaccharide sugar derived from galactose and glucose that is found in milk.

LCP - Long-chain, polyunsaturated omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids

Support optimal development of the brain, nervous system and eye-sight. These are especially important, because your baby cannot produce them in sufficient quantity him- or herself in the first few months.

Locust bean gum

Pure vegetable thickening agent for slightly thickening of food.

MCT (medium chain triglycerides)

Fast and easily digestible fats.

Nucleotides

Important component of breast milk. Support the immune system as well as the development of intestinal mucosa.

Omega 3 Fatty Acids

Promote the development of the brain and nerve cells.

Soy Protein Isolate

Protein out of soybeans. Isolate means, that all undesirable ingredients of the soybean are illuminated while extraction. Only soy protein isolate is allowed to be used for Baby Food, in general used for the production of SL milk formulae (SL = Sine Lacte, without milk).

Synbiotics

Combination of pre- and probiotics and their characteristics. Support the development of a healthy intestinal flora.

Vitamin A

Important for the normal function of the immune system and the ability to see.

Vitamin B2

Supports the energy metabolism.

Vitamin C

Important for the normal functioning of the immune system, helps iron be absorbed from food, also involved in collagen synthesis.

Vitamin D

Supports calcium absorption to build strong bones.