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ENFALAC GENTLEASE
Enfalac A+ Lactose Free

Enfalac Gentlease is an infant formula with partially hydrolyzed protein for infants 0-12 months.

Available in 400g and 900g.

NUTRAMIGEN A+
Nutramigen

Nutramigen A+ is a formula for special medical purposes, intended for the dietary management of cow's milk protein allergy in infants 0 - 12 months.

Available in 400g can in select Mercury Drug outlets.

ENFALAC A+ PREMATURE
Enfalac A+ Premature

Enfalac A+ Premature is a formula for special medical purposes, intended for the dietary management of prematurity in infants 0 - 12 months.

Available in 400g can in select Mercury Drug outlets.

ENFALAC A+ LACTOSE FREE
Enfalac A+ Lactose Free

Enfalac A+ Lactose Free is a formula for special medical purposes, intended for the dietary management of lactose intolerance in infants 0 - 6 months.

Available in 400g and 900g.

ENFAPRO A+ LACTOSE FREE
Enfapro A+ Lactose Free

Enfapro A+ Lactose Free is a formula for special medical purposes, intended for the dietary management of lactose intolerance in infants 6 months to 1 year old.

Available in 350g and 900g

ENFAGROW A+ LACTOSE FREE
Enfagrow A+ Lactose Free

Enfagrow A+ Lactose Free is a formula for special medical purposes, intended for the dietary management of lactose intolerance in children 1 - 3 years old.

Available in 900g and 1.6kg.

Mead Johnson has a range of milk products for the specific needs of your child. Please consult your health care professional on which Mead Johnson product is appropriate.

Breastfeeding is still best for babies up to 2 years of age and beyond.

Breastfeeding is the best source of infant nutrition. Good maternal nutrition is important for the preparation and maintenance of breastfeeding. When infant formula is to be used, a mother should be aware of the financial and social implications of formula feeding, the difficulty of reversing the decision of not to breastfeed, and the care that must be taken to prevent partial formula feeding from interfering with lactation. Proper preparation of powder or concentrated liquid infant formula also requires the use of boiled water to mix with the formula and clean implements as well as careful adherence to mixing instructions. Improper mixing or preparation may make the baby sick. Your doctor should be consulted before initiating formula feeding.