S-26 GOLD Lactose Intolerance
S-26 GOLD® LI for babies with lactose intolerance is a specialty formula designed for formula fed infants 0-12 months of age with symptoms of lactose intolerance/maldigestion and diarrhoea caused by lactose intolerance. For older babies, S-26 GOLD LI can be used when introducing foods carefully selected to be in line with current diet suitable for lactose intolerance. S-26 GOLD Lactose intolerance should be used under medical supervision and is not suitable for infants with galactosaemia.
Please be advised that we are updating the formulation and packaging of our S-26 GOLD Lactose Free. The product has been rebranded as S-26 GOLD Lactose Intolerance from November 2019.
Grocery and selected Pharmacies
Packs Available In:400g
Powder 400g can
|Age of Infant||Quantity per feed||No. of feeds per day|
|Previously Boiled Water (mL)||Level of measuring Scoops*||Formula||Others|
|0 – 2 weeks||90||3||6||–|
|2 – 4 weeks||120||4||5||–|
|1 – 2 months||150||5||5||–|
|2 – 4 months||180||6||5||–|
|4 – 6 months||210||7||5||–|
|6 – 9 months||210||7||4 – 3||1 – 2 **|
|Over 9 months||210||7||3||2 – 3**|
One scoop = 4.4 grams. Mix 1 scoop of S-26 GOLD® Lactose Intolerance infant formula to 30 mL of water
Only prepare one bottle at a time. Feed immediately and follow the instructions exactly. Do not keep unfinished bottle, discard the contents. Always hold baby while feeding. Leaving baby unattended may cause choking.
* Note: use only the enclosed scoop. Using more or less powder than indicated will either lead to dehydration or deprive your baby of proper nutrition. Do not change proportions without medical advice.
** At this age, the infant’s diet becomes more diversified (cereals, baby foods). Consult your doctor before introducing any new food to baby’s diet. When other foods than formula are introduced, they should be selected carefully in order to be in line with current therapy (such as: absence of lactose). Before 6 months, this product is suitable as the sole source of nutrition for infants when they are not breastfed.
In case of acute diarrhoea, it is crucial to provide your baby with appropriate amounts of water and electrolytes. Untreated severe loss of water and electrolytes can lead to life-threatening dehydration. Therefore ask your health professional for advice. If correctly stored and made up in accordance with the directions on the label, no further vitamin or mineral preparation is necessary.
Average per 100mL as prepared (13.2g and 90mL water)
|Units||Quantity per Serving (100mL)|