This Similac item is NOT part of the Abbott Voluntary Recall announced September 23, 2010.
Please note: Product packaging as shipped, may not match image on website due to packaging updates by the manufacturer.
Similac® Lactose Free Advance® Infant Formula with Iron
- For feeding when lactose is a concern.
- DHA and ARA Special nutrients found in breast milk.
- For babies 0-12 months.
- Milk-Based without Lactose.
Breast milk is recommended. When an infant formula is needed, Similac® Lactose Free Advance® provides the excellent nutrition of milk protein, but without lactose (milk sugar). Sometimes gas, diarrhea and other feeding problems may be related to lactose. Similac Lactose Free Advance contains easy-to-digest carbohydrates similar to those in Isomil® Advance® Soy Formula with Iron and is fortified with nucleotides, compounds naturally present in breast milk.
Questions or comments? Call 1-800-515-7677, 8:30am-5:00pm, Eastern time, weekdays. Visit us at IsomilAdvance.com
Filled by volume to 1 Quart. Extra space in bottle allows for shaking and easy pouring.
For more than 80 years, Abbott's Similac brand formulas have been proven to be a safe and effective source of nutrition for millions of healthy babies. In response to mothers seeking "BPA free" products, Abbott is pleased to share that it has now achieved "BPA free" status in all of its Similac® brand powdered infant formula products.
Abbott products have been tested for BPA using the most sensitive and conservative tests available, and levels are undetectable for all powdered products and consistently 50 times below international safety standards for other infant nutrition products.
According to the U.S. Surgeon General, "The most important thing parents can do for their babies is ensure that they receive adequate nutrition. While the best source of nutrition for babies is a mother's breast milk, infant formula remains the recommended alternative when breast milk is not an option."
Ready to feed. Do not add water.
Use as directed by physician.
Your baby's health depends on carefully following these easy directions. Ask your baby's doctor if you need to boil (sterilize) the empty bottles before adding formula.
- Shake bottle very well before opening.
- Pour formula into bottle or cup. After feeding, throw away any formula remaining in bottle or cup.
Storage: Recap container and prepared bottles immediately. Store in refrigerator and use within 72 hours. Store unopened cans at room temperature; avoid extreme temperatures. Do not reuse container.
- Shake bottle very well.
- Remove protective band; twist off and clean cap.
- Invert cap and place on foil seal.
- Press down to pierce foil, then turn cap a half turn.
- Lift and throw away foil.
- Pour formula.