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Friso® Gold Comfort Next

Friso® Gold Comfort Next

Friso® Gold Comfort Next

Friso® Gold Comfort Next

  • From 1 to 3 years old
    Follow on formula for special medical purposes
  • The improve formula of Friso® Gold Comfort Nextsupports dietary management of digestive problems. The improved formula contains Milk Lipid Complex, probiotic and a unique blend of prebiotic dietary fibers.
  • When your child is free from digestive problems, you and your child will be able to enjoy all those first special moments together to the fullest .
  • Live to the fullest without digestive problems
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Specially formulated to support dietary management of children with digestive problems.

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Energy content
Minerals
Vitamins
Nucleotides
Composition
Unit
100g
100ml1
100kcal**
Energy content
kcal
467
62
kJ
1956
258
419
Protein
g
16.2
2.1
3.5
Fat
g
21.7
2.9
4.6
Milk fat
g
6.6
0.9
1.4
- Mono unsaturated fat
g
8.6
1.1
1.8
- Poly unsaturated fat
g
2.8
0.4
0.6
- Saturated fat
g
9.2
1.2
2
- Trans fatty acids
mg
400
53
86
- Cholesterol
mg
28
3.7
6
- Linoleic acid
mg
2360
312
505
- a-linolenic acid
mg
310
41
66
- DHA
mg
53
7
11
Carbohydrates of which
g
51.6
6.8
11
- Sugars
g
48
6.3
10.3
- - Lactose
g
48
6.3
10.3
Fibre
g
3.3
0.44
0.71
- Galacto-oligosaccharides GOS
g
1.8
0.24
0.39
- Inulin
g
0.9
0.12
0.19
- Galactomannans
g
0.6
0.08
0.13
Composition
Unit
100g
100ml1
100kcal**
- Calcium
mg
650
86
139
- Phosphorus
mg
525
69
112
- - ratio Ca/P
1.3
1.3
1.3
- Sodium
mg
180
24
39
- Iron
mg
7.2
0.95
1.5
- Copper
µg
415
55
89
- Potassium
mg
670
88
143
- Chloride
mg
390
51
84
- Magnesium
mg
75
10
16
- Zinc
mg
4.7
0.62
1
- Iodine
µg
155
20
33
- Manganese
µg
250
33
54
- Selenium
µg
24
3.2
5.1
Composition
Unit
100g
100ml1
100kcal**
- Vitamin A
µg-RE2
570
75
122
- Vitamin D3
µg
8.6
1.1
1.8
- Vitamin E
mg α-TE3
8
1.1
1.7
- Vitamin K1
µg
45
5.9
9.6
- Vitamin B1
µg
655
86
140
- Vitamin B2
µg
900
119
193
- Niacin
µg
4000
528
856
- Vitamin B6
µg
700
92
150
- Folic acid
µg
195
26
42
- Pantothenic acid
µg
3800
500
810
- Vitamin B12
µg
1.6
0.21
0.34
- Biotin
µg
25
3.3
5.4
- Vitamin C
mg
150
20
32
Composition
Unit
100g
100ml1
100kcal**
- AMP
mg
8.8
1.2
1.9
- CMP
mg
12.3
1.6
2.6
- GMP
mg
2.9
0.38
0.62
- IMP
mg
5.8
0.77
1.2
- UMP
mg
10.3
1.4
2.2
Choline
mg
140
18
30
Taurine
mg
39
5.1
8.3
Inositol
mg
27
3.6
5.8

Probiotics (Bifidobacterium lactis HN019) contains 1.3E+08/100g4 at time of manufactering
* DHA (docosahexaenoic acid)
** 100 kcal = 161 ml
1100 ml prepared formala =13,2 g powder ( scoops) + 90 ml water
2ug-RE = retinol equivalents
3mg-a-TE = alfa tocoferol equivalents
4UFC: Colony Forming Units = cfu

  • Can I prepare Friso® Gold Comfort Next with extra water to give my child extra fluid?

    No, it should not be diluted in a different way as indicated in the Directions for Use to ensure that your child gets the maximum nutrients from the milk. It is more advisable to feed your child extra water in between feeding times.

  • How do I store Friso® Gold Comfort Next after opening?

    Store the tin in a cool and dry place (below 25°C). Avoid storage at too high temperatures for an extended period of time.

  • What does my child need in addition to a good nutritious diet?

    Besides providing healthy and nutritionally balanced meals for your child, milk or follow on formula intake is highly encouraged. Milk with additional nutrient supplementation provides not only the protein and calcium he needs but also prebiotics (dietary fiber); probiotics; important fats such as DHA and AA, as well as antioxidants such as selenium, Vitamin A, Vitamin C and Vitamin E

  • What are prebiotics?

    Prebiotics such as GOS, galactomannans and inulin, are a type of dietary fiber which help increase the beneficial bacteria in the gut.

  • What are examples of probiotics?

    Examples of healthy live bacteria, or better known as Probiotics include Bifidobacterium lactis.

  • What are the differences between Friso® Gold Comfort Next and Friso® Gold 3?

    Although both products are indicated and nutritionally designed for children 12 - 36 months of age, Friso® Gold 3 is indicated for healthy children. Friso® Gold Comfort Next is specially formulated for the dietary management of children with hard stools or constipation.
  • What is the difference between Frisolac® Gold Comfort and Friso® Gold Comfort Next?

    Frisolac® Gold Comfort is designed for infants from 0 to 12 months of age while Friso® Gold Comfort Next is indicated for children from 12 to 36 months of age.
  • How do I prepare Friso® Gold Comfort Next for my child?

    1. Wash your hands and utensils thoroughly, using clean water.
    2. Boil clean water for 5 minutes. Boiled water should cool down until it is lukewarm to ensure the survival of the probiotics. In case of not having this, you can use purified water at room temperature. It should not be heated using microwave oven.
    3. Pour the indicated amount of water into the bottle.
    4. Add 6 spoons of Friso® Gold Comfort Next and mix it with 180ml of water.
    5. Stir or shake until the powder is completely dissolved.
    6. Use reconstituted feeding within max. 1 hour after preparation. Discard any unfinished feeding.

     

  • Can milk powder be prepared with cold water?

    Although preparation in cold water does no harm to the milk formula, it is advisable to follow the instructions for use, i.e., boiled water must be cooled below 40°C (warm water) before preparing milk formula. If the formula is prepared with cold water, the powder may not dissolve properly.

  • Can I use Friso® Gold Comfort Next for my child if he has no hard stools?

    Yes, Friso® Gold Comfort Next can be consumed by children without a history of constipation/hard stools. Friso® Gold Comfort Next supports the general nutritional needs of a toddler, however, for healthy children we recommend the use of Friso® Gold 3.

  • What is Milk Lipid Complex?

    Milk Lipid Complex is a lipid/fatty acid structure that could help improve digestion and absorption of the lipids and minerals,which supports the management of digestive discomfort in children.

  • What is the difference between Friso® Gold Comfort Next previous and improved formula?

    The improved formula is with higher level of dairy milk fat compared to the previous formula. Thus, you might find that the formula to smell better and taste milkier than the previous formula. Friso® Gold Comfort Next also contains a higher amount of the prebiotic mix.

  • "The tin says that Friso® Gold Comfort Next has three prebiotic fibres, which ones? "

    Galacto oligosaccharides (GOS, from milk), inulin (from chicory) and galactomannans (from carob bean gum)

  • What is the added benefit of using three different prebiotic fibers?

    GOS, inulin and galactomamans are fermented in different places in the intestine and at different speeds and expected to be used by different beneficial bacteria. Thanks to that it could increase the numbers and diversity of the so called ‘healthy’ bacteria.

References

  1. JH. Hageman et al. Int Dairy J., 92 (2019) 37–49
  2. Manios Y, et al. BMC Nutrition, (2020)6:46
  3. Meunier L, et al. Regul Toxicol Pharm (2014) 70(1):155–169.
  4. González-Bermúdez CA, et al. Food Funct (2018) 9(3):1768–1778.
  5. Ben XM, et al. World J Gastroenterol (2008) 14(42):6564–6568.
  6. Waller PA, et al. Scand J Gastroenterol, (2011) 46(9):1057–1064.

 

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