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Glico 1 satge 1 for 0-9 Months 800g


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  • Product Code: Glico-1-800g
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  • $228


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◆Features The milk powder closest to breast milk
◆ Product Efficacy 1: Rich in protein, it is good for your baby's weight gain and body strength.
2: beneficial ingredients fat can remove milk fat that is not easy to digest and absorb,
It is rich in DHA ingredients, which promotes fatty acids close to breast milk.
3: Use lactose and oligosaccharides contained in breast milk to enable your baby to
Development and normal bowel movements.
4: The composition contains yellow β-carotene, which has milk unique to breast milk.
Quality, making it closer to breast milk.
5: Close to the mineral content of breast milk, especially sodium, so that the body does not accumulate
Excess water to ensure your baby is strong and healthy.
◆The main ingredients skim milk powder whey powder edible oil (refined pig fat, cream, soybean oil, coconut oil, coconut oleic acid) dextran milk candy oligosaccharide liquid perilla oil strontium calcium carbonate sour water sodium acidified calcium phospholipid vitamin C sulfuric acid A 5' nucleoside vitamin E uridine sodium pantothenate calcium nicotinic acid amino 5' gland nucleic acid 5'inosinate sodium 5' guano sodium sulphate vitamin B1 vitamin A vitamin B6 vitamin B2 carotene folic acid vitamin D3, etc.
       70 degree milk powder, in order to reduce the risk of Enterobacter sakazakii

        Enterobacter sakazakii is a late-discovery bacterium that was discovered and named as Enterobacter sakazakii in 1980 to commemorate the contribution of Japanese microbiologist Shinozaki Risa to microbial taxonomy. Enterobacter sakazakii is most dangerous for babies within two months, especially for premature infants, low birth weight infants and infants with impaired immunity, which can cause bacteremia or meningitis in infants. Once a baby is infected with the disease, the mortality rate will be very high, with data showing between 40% and 80%. Fortunately, the incidence of Enterobacter sakazakii infection is not high. According to the World Health Organization's 2006 data from the United States, there is only one case per 100,000 babies.

        There are two main sources of formula contamination by Enterobacter sakazakii: one is that the milk powder itself contains a small amount of Enterobacter sakazakii; the other is that it enters the formula through the surrounding environment and utensils or hands that are contaminated with bacteria.

        In fact, people are not infected as soon as they come into contact with bacteria, but only when exposed to a certain number of bacteria. If the formula contains a small amount of Enterobacter sakazakii, warm water of about 40 degrees Celsius is used in the process of brewing, and it is not immediately given to the baby after the brewing, but it is left for a while. Then a small amount of Enterobacter sakazakii in the formula will take advantage of this opportunity to multiply. When a baby drinks such a formula, it is likely to be infected with Enterobacter sakazakii.

        If the formula is prepared with water at 70 degrees Celsius, which is enough to kill a small amount of Enterobacter sakazakii remaining in the formula, then the formulated formula can significantly reduce the risk of infection even if it is placed under different conditions for a long time. If you use 40-50 degrees Celsius water, if you leave it for too long, it will increase the risk of infection. The expert committee has of course also considered that higher water temperatures may destroy some of the nutrients in the formula. They investigated a study of four milk powder samples and found that in these four samples, vitamin C was the only nutrient that would be affected by high-temperature brewing. However, even if it loses some, the remaining vitamin C content is higher than the minimum standard required by the International Code of Health and Infant Food Hygiene.

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