Introducing the only formula in the UK to contain both prebiotic oligosaccharides and probiotics ('friendly bacteria'), originally isolated from breastmilk.
HiPP Organic Combiotic powder formulas contain:
- Probiotic L. fermentum heriditum (originally isolated from breastmilk)(1)- Prebiotic oligosaccharides (GOS)
- Omega 3 & 6 LCPs (AA & DHA)
Price- HiPP Organic Combiotic is still cheaper per 100g than the leading brand
-HiPP Organic Combiotic is available in all major retailers and online via Amazon, Ocado and hipp.co.uk
Clinical studies: Friendly bacteria in breastmilk protect infants from infection
Study 1:Significantly fewer infections with L.fermentum and GOS formula - follow on formula, infants aged 6-12 months
The incidence of respiratory tract and gastrointestinal infections were significantly reduced in the experimental group infants versus those in the control group.
• Superiority of L.fermentum + GOS compared to prebiotics (GOS) only has been scientifically proven
• Episodes of gastrointestinal infections were almost halved
• Respiratory tract infections were reduced by a quarter
Study 2: Significant reduction in the incidence of GI infections infant formula, infants aged 1-6 months(3)
There were significantly fewer gastrointestinal infections in the experimental group infants compared to the control group infants, and there were no significant differences in weight gain or head circumference.
• Formula is safe and well tolerated
• Significant reduction of GI infections in the study group
• Consumption of this formula may improve the health of the infants
For further information:
- For copies of the studies, or to speak to a HiPP Organic representative please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Product nutrition data sheet
- Infant formula comparison chart
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1. Martin, R et al - J Pediatr. 2003;143(6):754-8
2. Maldonado J et al. JPGN.Jan 2012. Vol 54. No.1, 55-61
3. Gil-Campos M et al. Pharmacol Res 2012;65(2):231
Important Notice:Breastfeeding is best for babies. Breastmilk provides babies with the best source of nourishment. Infant formula milks and follow on milks are intended to be used when babies cannot be breastfed. The decision to discontinue breastfeeding may be difficult to reverse and the introduction of partial bottle feeding may reduce breastmilk supply. The financial benefits of breastfeeding should be considered before bottle feeding is initiated. Failure to follow preparation instructions carefully may be harmful to a baby's health. Infant formula and follow on milks should be used only on the advice of a healthcare professional.