Childhood Diseases

Posted by: Kim Croeser | 2012-03-12


RE: What is the Nan equivalent for Similac HA


My Baby is on similac, but it doesnt seem to fill him, he is 5months old and feeds every 2-3 hours and he has porridge in the morning, purity at lunchtime and porridge in the evening. He is on 180ml, I would like to switch him to Nan, is this advisable and which nan product should I use. He does not have intolerance to milk.

Expert's Reply



Similac HA is a special low allergy formula advised for cow's milk allergic infants.The equvalent in the NAN range is NAN-HA.At 5 months your baby son would use NAN HA1 and change to NAN HA2 at 6 months.

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Posted by: Lola | 2012-03-12

There is a Nan HA. He does have a very healthy appetite. Have you tried increasing his solid portions? Purity also has a night time range. Maybe try that as well.

Some babies just need a little more.

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