Nutrilon Pepti Special Blend — Against Baby’s Food Allergies

The ner­vous and immune sys­tems of the baby are active­ly devel­op­ing even before birth, and after birth the pace of their devel­op­ment does not decrease. There­fore, prop­er nutri­tion is nec­es­sary to lay the foun­da­tion for a child’s health. And while hered­i­ty and envi­ron­ment may play a role in caus­ing aller­gies, breast milk remains the best food and aller­gy pre­ven­tion for all babies.

Nutrilon Pepti Special Blend

The most com­mon aller­gy in chil­dren is cow’s milk pro­tein (CMP). More and more chil­dren in the world suf­fer from aller­gies. This is of con­cern to pedi­a­tri­cians who have devel­oped a num­ber of inter­na­tion­al guidelines1,2:

if the baby has an aller­gy to food pro­tein, it should be com­plete­ly exclud­ed from the child’s diet, and when breast­feed­ing — from the moth­er’s diet;

Breast milk is the best food for the baby, and it should be con­tin­ued, elim­i­nat­ing aller­genic foods for the baby from the moth­er’s diet;

If a child does not have an aller­gy to CMP, but it is present in the fam­i­ly, for­mu­la-based for­mu­las based on par­tial­ly hydrolyzed pro­tein and oligosac­cha­ride pre­bi­otics are need­ed for pro­phy­lax­is in for­mu­la-fed chil­dren;

· the diet of for­mu­la-fed chil­dren with an aller­gy to CMP should con­sist of mix­tures based on the com­plete hydrol­y­sis of pro­tein or amino acids;

· chil­dren with an aller­gy to CMP should not be giv­en mix­tures with reg­u­lar pro­teins and oth­er types of milk;

· If babies with CMP aller­gy are eat­ing spe­cial for­mu­las, they should not be sup­ple­ment­ed with cow’s milk pro­tein.


Aller­gies occur in about 40% of chil­dren and depend on the pres­ence in the family.5,6 If your baby has an aller­gy to CMP, he needs spe­cial for­mu­las with deep pro­tein hydrol­y­sis. In this case, the Nutrilon Pep­ti mix­ture, a spe­cial med­ical prod­uct cre­at­ed on the rec­om­men­da­tions of inter­na­tion­al experts, will help you.1,2,14 Its for­mu­la elim­i­nates the cause of an aller­gy to CMP in chil­dren and pro­vides them with good nutri­tion:

- Ful­ly hydrolyzed whey pro­tein:

often no longer an allergen;12

eas­i­er to digest;15

helps to get rid of allergies.16

- Reduced by 50–60% amount of lac­tose com­pared to the stan­dard mix­ture of TM Nutrilon:

· reduces the load on the dam­aged diges­tive sys­tem;

Reduces the need for lac­tase, pre­vent­ing lac­tase defi­cien­cy;

Helps to absorb nutri­ents.

- Pro­pri­etary GOS/FOS Pre­bi­ot­ic Blend:

Pro­tects against aller­gies and infec­tions in the first years of life.11

helps devel­op the intesti­nal barrier;7

strength­ens the immune system;4,7

- IQ Pro Fat­ty Acid Com­plex:

impor­tant for the devel­op­ment of the immune, ner­vous sys­tem and brain;8

stim­u­lates the devel­op­ment of the retina;9

con­tributes to an increase in IQ.10

— Opti­mal set of nucleotides:

Helps to restore the work of the gas­troin­testi­nal tract after aller­gies.

nec­es­sary for the func­tion­ing of cells.

Nutrilon Pep­ti is well tol­er­at­ed by 97% of babies with mild to mod­er­ate CMP allergies,12 and choos­ing this for­mu­la will help your baby elim­i­nate the cause of the aller­gy and grow up healthy.


1. Shadrin O.H. Rec­om­men­da­tions for man­ag­ing chil­dren with food aller­gy to cow’s milk pro­tein / Shadrin O.G., Nyankovskyi S.L., Umanets T.R., Kly­menko V.A., Dobryan­skyi D.O., Ivakhnenko O.S. Yat­su­la M.S., Gaiduchyk G.A. // Chil­dren’s doc­tor. – 2012. – No. 7. — P. 27–42.

2.       Amer­i­can Acad­e­my of Pedi­atrics. Com­mit­tee on Nutri­tion- Hypoal­ler­genic infant for­mu­las. Pedi­atrics 2000; 106: 346–9

3.       The Cochrane Lib. 2006; issue 4;

4.       Cuel­lo-Gar­cia et al. World Aller­gy Orga­ni­za­tion-McMas­ter Uni­ver­si­ty Guide­lines for Aller­gic Dis­ease Pre­ven­tion (GLAD‑P): Pre­bi­otics. World Aller­gy Orga­ni­za­tion Jour­nal (2016) 9:10.

5. Diag­nos­tic fea­tures and approach­es to ther­a­peu­tic and pre­ven­tive nutri­tion of young chil­dren with cow’s milk pro­tein aller­gy: method. recommend./ [Г.О. Шадрін, С.Л. Няньковський, Д.О. Добрянський та ін.] — K.: Peo­ple in White LLC, 2014. — 28 p.

6. Bous­quet, J., et al., Pos­si­bil­i­ties of pre­dict­ing aller­gic dis­eases in infan­cy. Cur­rent prob­lems of ped. Aller­gol­o­gy, 1983: p. 43–54

7.       Moro GE, Mino­li I, Mosca M, Fanaro S, Jelinek J, Stahl B, Boehm G. Dosage-relat­ed bifi­do­genic effects of galac­to- and fruc­tooligosac­cha­rides in for­mu­la-fed term infants. J Pedi­atr Gas­troen­terol Nutr 2002; 34(3): 291–295

8.       Berthold Kolet­zko  et al. The roles of long-chain polyun­sat­u­rat­ed fat­ty acids in preg­nan­cy, lac­ta­tion and infan­cy: review of cur­rent  knowl­edge and con­sen­sus rec­om­men­da­tions. J. Peri­nat. Med. 36 (2008) 5–14.

9.       Ahmad Qawas­mi, Angeli Lan­deros-Weisen­berg­er and Michael H. Bloch. Meta-analy­sis of LCPUFA Sup­ple­men­ta­tion of infant  for­mu­la and visu­al acu­ity, PEDIATRICS,  Vol­ume 131, Num­ber 1, Jan­u­ary 2013

10.   Eileen E. Birch et al. Visu­al acu­ity and cog­ni­tive out­comes at 4 years of age in a dou­ble-blind, ran­dom­ized tri­al of long-chain polyun­sat­u­rat­ed fat­ty acid-sup­ple­ment­ed infant for­mu­la, Ear­ly Human Devel­op­ment (2007) 83, 279–284

11.   Ear­ly Dietary Inter­ven­tion with a Mix­ture of Pre­bi­ot­ic Oligosac­cha­rides Reduces the Inci­dence of Aller­gic Man­i­fes­ta­tions and Infec­tions dur­ing the First Two Years of Life, Ser­tac Arslanoglu, Gui­do E. Moro, Joachim Schmitt, Lau­ra Tan­doi,  Sil­via Riz­zar­di, Gun­ther Boehm , J. Nutr. 138: 1091–1095, 2008

12.   Giampi­etro PG, Kjell­man NI, Oldaeus G, Wouters-Wes­sel­ing W, Bus­in­co L. Hypoal­ler­genic­i­ty of an exten­sive­ly hydrolyzed whey for­mu­la. Pedi­atr Aller­gy Immunol., 2001 Apr;12(2):83–6.

13.   Muraro A., et al. EAACI food aller­gy and ana­phy­lax­is guide­lines. Pri­ma­ry pre­ven­tion of food aller­gy. Aller­gy. 2014; 69 (5): p 590–601

14.   COMMISSION DIRECTIVE 1999/21/EC of March 25, 1999, on dietary foods for spe­cial med­ical pur­pos­es.

15.   Van­den­plas Y, Hauser B, Bleck­er U, Suys B, Peeters S, Key­molen K, Loeb H. The nutri­tion­al val­ue of a whey hydrolysate for­mu­la com­pared with a whey –pre­dom­i­nant for­mu­la in healthy infants. J. Pedi­atr Gas­troen­terol Nutr 1993; 17:92–6.

16.   Ver­wimp JJ, Bindels JG, Bar­ents M, Hey­mans HS. Symp­to­ma­tol­ogy and growth in infants with cow’s milk pro­tein intol­er­ance using two dif­fer­ent whey-pro­tein hydrolysate based for­mu­las in a Pri­ma­ry Health Care set­ting. Eur J Clin Nutr 1995; 49: S39-48.

17. Cal­cu­lat­ed on the basis of the aver­age por­tion of con­sump­tion of the mix­ture at the age of 0 to 24 months.

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