From around 12th months, children's diets need to be supported by different vitamin and nutrient requirements to support growth. Lactana Organic Kinder Follow-on Milk supplies the valuable minerals such as iron and iodine for the mental development (according to law) as well as vitamin D for the bone development.
This product contains a reduced protein content (in comparison to cow’s milk) to reflect age-related requirements. • ideal in the growth phase. • protein content reduced to suit children‘s needs. • contains valuable organic milk and other ingredients from organic farming. • contains valuable bifido cultures for happy tummies. • supplies important minerals such as iron and iodine as well as many essential vitamins.
500g package Simply prepare with boiled water Prepare according to instructions
*from organic production ¹ organic milk from allgäu 2 organic palm oil from sustainable cultivation
Eating more like a grown-up!
From the time your baby starts eating family meals around the 12th month, three main meals (morning, noon, night) and two smaller meals in between (second breakfast and afternoon snack) will replace the milk and cereal meals. Your child now tolerates nearly all foods, even though you may find that it by no means likes them all. The taste buds still have to develop and this means for parents: don’t give up, but continue to offer your child a variety of foods.
You can put bread on the table in the morning and evening without any problem – preferably made from ground whole grain. Spread the butter or cream cheese thinly on the bread and cut it into small pieces so that your child can eat it easily. Your child should drink additional fluids in between times and at meals, at least 700 ml per day. Tap water, mineral water and unsweetened fruit or herbal teas are suited for this purpose. Since children like their rituals, they might insist on drinking their milk. This does not pose a problem since Töpfer’s organic Kinder follow-on milk is now ideal as a milk drink at mealtimes or for in between. It is better suited than cow’s milk because it is ideally adapted to the special needs of small children in the growth phase. It has reduced protein content and additives such as iodine, iron and vitamin D.
Breastfeeding is the best feeding option for babies, it provides the best nutrition and protection.
According to the WHO's recommendations, babies should be breastfed exclusively in the first 6 months and continue to have breast milk, alongside solid foods, until they reach 2 years old or older. Breast milk contains antibodies that enhance babies' immune systems and offers comprehensive nutrients that promote healthy growth. For advice on breast-feeding, please consult your doctor or health professional.
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