We temporarily replaced baby’s milk with NAN AL 110 while she has diarrhea. Her pediatrician said, it is really recommended when baby is suffering from such condition. Regular milk feeding should resume upon fully recovered.
Nestle NAN AL 110. Lactose Free, for lactose intolerance. Protein source from modified cow’s milk. I am not sure if other lactose free brands are recommended replacement or not.
It has several additional warnings and reminders which are not found in other regular milk formulas.
1) Not to be used for parental administration.
2) Note: Used only the enclosed scoop. Do not change proportions without medical advice.
3) It is a whey-adapted specialty formula for the dietary management of lactose intolerance.
4) It is suitable as the sole source of nutrition for infants when breastfeeding is contraindicated on medical grounds.
5) It is a lactose and sucrose free milk intended for feeding of infants when lactose should be avoided.
6) When foods other than formula are introduced, they should be selected carefully in order to be in line with the current therapy, such as absence of lactose.