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Discover the Science of Aptamil Growing Up Milks

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Discover the Science of Aptamil Growing Up Milks

Support their changing nutritional needs

Incredible changes occur between 1-3 years. In fact, this is the most rapid stage of your toddler’s development. 

As they continue to learn, play and grow, their nutritional needs change too. Aptamil Growing Up Milks contain specific nutrients, which can support this extraordinary period of growth and development, as part of a varied, balanced diet, including:

  • Iron to support normal cognitive development
  • Calcium and vitamin D for normal growth and development of bone
  • Iodine, which contributes to normal growth

Our range of Aptamil Growing Up Milks

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Aptamil Profutura Growing Up Milk

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Aptamil® Stage 3 Toddler Milk Powder 800g, Baby Milk Powder, 1-2 years

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Aptamil® Stage 4 Toddler Milk Powder 800g, Milk Powder, 1-2 years

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Ready to use, ready to go

Life's full of adventure for your toddler. From a play date to a zoo trip, every day is full of new discoveries. Aptamil with Pronutra Growing Up Milk comes in ready-to-drink cartons – so they’re ready to go when you are.

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Experts in early life nutrition

For 40 years our scientists have been working to further our understanding of early life nutrition. As a talented team of experts, we work closely with laboratories, universities and hospitals to bring the latest scientific research and thinking into our products – including Aptamil Growing Up Milks, developed to support toddlers’ nutritional needs.

 

Questions about feeding and nutrition?

Our midwives, nutritionists and feeding advisors are always on hand to talk about feeding your baby. So if you have a question, just get in touch.

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