Hungry Infant Milk

 hungrymilk

A nutritionally complete, casein based, gentle infant milk that is suitable for use after first infant milk if baby is not being breastfed, or to complement breastfeeding. Using this product may help delay the early onset of weaning, as the higher proportion of casein means that it may satisfy extra hungry babies for longer than a whey-dominant formula.

Our gentle organic formula contains Omega 3 & 6 LCPs (DHA & AA) and PRÆBIOTIK® oligosaccharides (GOS), as well as all the important vitamins, minerals and other nutrients (required by law) that babies need to grow strong and healthy.

Ingredients:

Organic skimmed milk, organic lactose, organic vegetable oils (palm oil, rapeseed oil, sunflower oil), prebiotic fibres (galacto-oligosaccharides from lactose), calcium carbonate, potassium citrate, LCP oils (fish, vegetable from Mortierella alpina), L-cystine, vitamin mix [vitamin C, pantothenic acid, niacin, vitamin E, vitamin A, thiamin (vitamin B1), vitamin B6, vitamin K, riboflavin (vitamin B2), folic acid, bio- tin, vitamin D, vitamin B12], potassium phosphate, L-tryptophan, inositol, iron sulphate, stabiliser (lactic acid), sodium chloride, magnesium sulphate, zinc oxide, copper-lysine complex, manganese sul- phate, potassium iodate, sodium selenate.

How to Make a Bottle

Important information:

  • Make up each feed as you need it.
  • Use feed within two hours.
  • Discard any leftover milk.

Storing feeds:

Each feed should be freshly made as powdered formula is not sterile. If it is necessary to prepare in advance, bottles should be stored as follows:

  • Room temperature: use within 2 hours
  • In a cool bag with an ice pack: use within 4 hours
  • In the back of the fridge: use within 24 hours

Alternatively, ready to feed cartons of milks are available.

*All information provided by http://www.hipp.co.uk

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24 thoughts on “Hungry Infant Milk

  1. I have read several places on the internet that hungry milk stage 2 should not be used alone. That it is nutritionally different than stage 1 and is too many calories for a baby under 6 months. My 31/2 month old baby is tolerating it well. I think she has a reaction to whey and it is the only formula that does not have whey added to it. Is it okay to strictly give her stage 2? Thank you

  2. From the HiPP website- “A nutritionally complete, casein based, gentle infant milk that is suitable for use after first infant milk if baby is not being breastfed, or to complement breastfeeding.”

  3. I am currently breastfeeding my 3 month old. My milk supply has gone down a lot since I have returned back to work so I am looking for something to mix my breast milk with half and half. I am confused on the stages of your formulas. I am not sure what ages each formula is appropriate for. I would assume she needs stage 1 but then again she is a bigger baby than the average 3 month old.

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