This Similac item is NOT part of the Abbott Voluntary Recall announced September 23, 2010.
Please Note: Product received may temporarily differ from image shown due to packaging update.
Concentrated Liquid - Add Water
- For common feeding problems such as fussiness, gas and spit-up.
- Milk-Based For Babies 0 to 12 Months.
- DHA and ARA are special nutrients found in breast milk that are important for mental and visual development.
You can turn to Isomil Advance with confidence...
Nutrients per 100 Calories (5 fl oz, prepared as directed)
|Protein ... 2.45 g||Water ... 133 g|
|Fat ... 5.46 g||Linoleic Acid ... 1000 mg|
|Carbohydrate ... 10.3 g|| |
|Vitamin A ... 300 IU||Niacin ... 1350 mcg|
|Vitamin D ... 60 IU||Folic Acid (Folacin) ... 15 mcg|
|Vitamin E ... 1.5 IU||Pantothenic Acid ... 750 mcg|
|Vitamin K ... 11 mcg||Biotin ... 4.5 mcg|
|Thiamin (Vit B1) ... 60 mcg||Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) ... 9 mg|
|Riboflavin (Vit B2) ... 90 mcg||Choline ... 12 mg|
|Vitamin B6 ... 60 mcg||Inositol ... 5 mg|
|Vitamin B12 ... 0.45 mcg|| |
|Calcium ... 105 mg||Copper ... 75 mcg|
|Phosphorous ... 75 mg||Iodine ... 15 mcg|
|Magnesium ... 7.5 mg||Sodium ... 44 mg|
|Iron ... 1.8 mg||Potassium ... 108 mg|
|Zinc ... 0.75 mg||Chloride ... 62 mg|
|Manganese ...25 mcg|| Selenium ...1.8 mcg|
Breast milk is recommended. If you feed formula and need a milk-free feeding, as your doctor about:
- Similac® Isomil® Advance® - For DHA and ARA. The formula for common feeding problems such as fussiness, gas and spit-up. Soy-based. Milk-free, lactose-free.
If you feed formula and need a feeding without lactose, as your doctor about:
- Similac® Lactose Free Advance® - For DHA and ARA. For feeding problems when lactose sensitivity is a concern. Milk-based, without lactose.
Questions or comments? Call 1-800-515-7677, 8:30am-5:00pm, Eastern time, weekdays. Visit us at SimilacAdvance.com
Use by date on end of can. Shake very well.
Directions For Preparation and Use:
Add water before feeding.
Your baby's health depends on carefully following these easy directions. Ask your baby's doctor if you need to boil (sterilize) water for formula and bottle preparations.
- Rinse can lid.
- Shake very well.
- Open with a clean punch-type opener.
- Pour equal amounts of formula and water into bottle or cup; cap bottle.
- Shake or stir very well; attach nipple; after feeding, throw away any formula remaining in bottle or cup.
Storage: Cover opened cans and prepared formula not used immediately. Store in refrigerator and use within 48 hours. Store unopened cans at room temperature. Do not freeze; avoid extreme temperatures.