When introducing infant formula, your breastmik supply will reduce. These effects may be difficult to reverse if you change your mind.

You may decide to continue breastfeeding while introducing infant formula. Feeding your baby breastmilk for as long possible, before formula feeding will help your baby acquire all the benefits of breastmilk. This can also prevent or slow down the rate at which your breastmilk reduces.

You should always consult a healthcare professional when deciding on a formula and feeding method that is best suited for you and your baby.

There are a variety of formulas available for healthy babies and babies with special needs. If you decide to formula feed or switch to a different formula you should consult your healthcare professional before implementing any changes.

Nutura infant formula has been developed to meet 100% of your baby’s nutritional needs from birth up to 6 months.

Nutura follow on formula has been developed to support your growing baby’s changing nutritional needs as you start to introduce solid foods to their diet.

Each formula stage is adapted to meet your baby’s changing nutrition requirements as they rapidly grow throughout their first few years of life.

Nutura stage 1 infant formula is suitable from birth up to 6 months of age. Stage 1 formula is designed to meet 100% of your baby’s nutrition needs if you are not breastfeeding.

Nutura stage 2 follow on formula can be used from the age of 6 months as you start to introduce solid foods to baby’s diet. Stage 2 formula should not be used as a sole source of nutrition.

The best way to transition your baby to a different formula is to introduce changes to feeding gradually. You may choose to alternate between the new and old formula to help you baby adjust to the change.

When preparing Nutura infant or follow on formula it is important to follow to directions on the tin carefully. This will ensure your baby’s bottle has been prepared safely with the correct balance of nutrients your baby needs to grow and develop.

Always ensure your hands are washed, the preparation area is clean and all equipment is sterilised before formula preparation.

Feeds should always be prepared fresh when your baby is ready to drink.

Ensure the water is clean and boiled and cooled before use.

Always follow the instructions on the tin when preparing a bottle. This will ensure your baby is getting the correct amount of formula to meet his/her nutrition needs.

It is normal for your baby to drink more or less as appetites can vary from day to day and as they grow. Follow your baby’s hunger and fullness cues to determine how much to feed.

Prepare each bottle fresh when your baby is ready to feed and do not attempt to force your baby to finish a bottle. Unfinished bottles should be discarded after 1 hour.

Generally, a newborn should be offered a bottle every 3-4 hours. At 4 weeks of age your baby may feed up to 8 times a day. As they grow this usually decreases. During growth spurts infants nutrition needs increase so they will need to be fed more often.

As a carer you will learn your baby’s hunger signals. You can use these as a guide of when and how much to feed your baby.

If you have any concerns about the frequency your baby is feeding at, consult your healthcare professional.

You should always follow the specified instructions for formula preparation on the tin. Incorrect preparation may make your baby unwell.

Your baby’s nutrition needs will changes as they grow and appetite may fluctuate from day to day. It is best to follow your baby’s hunger and fullness cues when feeding.

Do not attempt to force your baby to finish a bottle. Unfinished bottles should be discarded after 1 hour.

If you have any concerns about the quantity your baby is consuming consult your healthcare professional.

Store the tin in a cool, dry environment such as a kitchen pantry.

The tin should be used within 4 weeks once opened. You should always follow the manufactures instructions and never use the product past the ‘used by date’ on the tin.

Always replace the lid after every use and do not use the tin if the seal is broken.

It is best to prepare each bottle just before feeding.

When necessary, prepared formula should be stored in fridge. The coldest part of the fridge is the back middle section; this is the ideal storage area for a prepared feed.

Unused water or prepared formula should be discarded after 24 hours. Unfinished bottles should be discarded within 1 hour.

The safest option is to boil then cool water before pouring it into a sterilised bottle. Keep the powdered infant formula in a separate sterilised container and mix these when baby is ready for a feed.

If you’re taking pre-prepared formula with you, leave the bottle in the fridge until your ready to leave the house. This will help keep the bottle cool and reduce the risk of bacterial growth for as long as possible. Use a cool bag and ice packs to transport the bottle. Ensure the feed is used or placed back into a fridge within 2 hours.

Stand the bottle in warm water for no more than 10 minutes. After this time bacteria may grow and potentially make you baby sick.

Microwaves are not recommended as this can heat the bottle unevenly and may lead to some areas being too hot for your baby to drink.

Discard any re-heated formula that is not consumed within 2 hours.

For healthy infants, Nutura infant formula has been formulated to meet 100% of your baby’s nutrition needs from birth up to 6 months.

If your baby has special needs or you are concerned your baby is not meeting all of his/her nutrition requirements seek advise from your healthcare professional.

Your baby’s stool movements, consistency, colour and frequency may alter due to a range of factors including change in diet, illness, and teething.

If you are concerned you should seek advise from your healthcare professional.

In a range of selected stores across Singapore, Macau, Australia and Malaysia. Please contact us for details of your local stockist

No. Nutura complies with the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Marketing in Australia of Infant Formulas (MAIF) agreement whereby samples of infant formula are not distributed to the general public.

Yes. Nutura is certified by AHAA, an accredited by organisation of Jakim.

No. However all ingredients are certified safe for consumption by Food Standards Australia and New Zealand.

No. Nutura infant and follow on formula contains cows’ milk and is therefore not suitable for infants who have a cow’s milk allergies. You should consult your healthcare professional when choosing an appropriate formula to meet your baby’s special requirements.