Utilizing 150 years of leadership and scientific research experience in infant nutrition, Nestlé Hong Kong proudly introduces Nestlé® NANCARE® 2HMOs & L. Rhamnosus Sachets, which is made in Italy. It contains 2 types of HMO – 2'FL & LNnT which can help support immunity1-6, combining with a probiotic - L. Rhamnosus, which helps support a healthy, balanced gut microbiota7-9. Mothers can continue offering gentle protection for babies!
Probiotics are able to counteract with pathogenic bacteria in the intestine to create a balanced gut microbiota, thus supporting the baby's intestinal health. The establishment of a healthy intestinal flora has an important role in babies’ healthy immune system development.
Human milk oligosaccharide HMO is the third largest solid component in natural lactation secretion, which only exists in natural lactation secretion in the past14 to help support babies’ immunity! Nestlé® NANCARE® 2HMO & L. Rhamnosus Sachets contains 2HMOs (2’FL and LNnT)* .
A: Store at room temperature (max 25°) in a dry, cool place. Avoid exposure to heat sources, direct sunlight or contact with water.
A: Suitable for babies aged 12 months or above who are not consuming infant milk formula, suitable for using even when babies are having diarrhoea or are consuming antibodies. Babies who are breastfeeding or being fed with formula milk with HMO do not have to consume this product. For any enquiries, please consult your healthcare professional.
A: There are various brands of probiotic supplement in the market, and each supplement usually have different types of probiotics with different functional benefits. If you would like to add different types of probiotic supplement to babies’ daily diet to support their health, it is suggested to consult healthcare professionals beforehand.
For more product information, please consult our dietician through our hotline 21798333 (HK) or 0800663 (Macau).
*2’FL and LNnT (Types of HMO, not sourced from breastmilk)
^Certain pathogenic infections treated with macrolide or sulfanomide-trimethoprim.
#Macrolide or sulfanomide-trimethoprim.
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Breastfeeding is best for babies. Nestlé fully supports this and continued breastfeeding, along with the introduction of complementary foods as advised by healthcare professionals at around 6 months of age. Unnecessary introduction of partial formula-feeding or other foods and drinks, will have a negative effect on breastfeeding. Complementary food can easily be prepared at home using ordinary ingredients.