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Similac Gain Stage 3 850g

  • 850 g
  • Item Code: 172354
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  • The first three years of life are critical to the development of the brain. During this stage, it is important that toddlers are provided with the essential nutrients and energy to support growth and brain development.
  • Similac Gain is now enhanced with Intelli-Pro™, with higher Lutein* and DHA to help with brain and eye development. Formulated for nutrient absorption,
  • Similac Gain  contains Lutein, DHA, AA, Taurine and Choline in a unique lipid blend that is Palm Olein Free.

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Product Description
  • Intelli-Pro
    • EyeQ Plus system of nutrients includes Intelli-Pro™, AA, Omega 3 & 6, taurine, choline and iron
    • Intelli-Pro™ is a unique combination of Lutein and DHA; Lutein is an integral part of the eye's retina and DHA is a building block for brain and eye development
    • Omega 3 & 6 are precursors of DHA & AA, which are building blocks for brain and eye development
    • Taurine helps support overall mental and physical development.
    • Choline supports overall mental functioning
    Immunify Ingredients
    • 3-way Shield System with nucleotides, prebiotics and antioxidants
    • Includes beta-carotene, selenium, vitamins A, C and E
    • Zinc and iron to support your child's natural defenses
    ProCalci Formulation
    • Unique, easily digested vegetable fat blend without palm olein oil
    • Calcium to support the development of strong bones and teeth
    • Vitamin D to help support calcium absorption and improve bone strength


    Feeding Tips

    Add complementary foods

    After 6 months, complementary foods are added to an infant's diet. It is at this point where infants make a gradual transition to eating family foods.

     Introduce variety

    Complementary foods should be varied and include adequate quantities of meat, poultry, fish or eggs, as well as vitamin A. Cow's milk should not be introduced before 12 months of age.

    Advance the texture

    As infants grow, the consistency of complementary foods should change from semi-solid to solid foods and the variety of foods offered should increase.

    Transition to regular meals

    Offer meals 3-4 times per day at 12-24 months of age, with additional snacks offered 1-2 times per day, as desired. This transition from on-demand feeding to regular time-based meals is a slow one, and healthy snacks are important "mini-meals" as this change takes place.

    Nutrient dense foods

    Growing toddlers and young children are active and their nutrient needs are high relative to their small stomach size. It is advisable to include milk products, as well as meat, poultry, fish or eggs, as well as fruits and vegetables to provide necessary vitamins. Toddlers should consume milk or other dairy products 2-3 times daily, and sweetened beverages should be limited.

    Parents play a role

    With the introduction of new foods to an infant's diet, the feeding behavior of caregivers is important too. Young children need assistance that is appropriate for their age and developmental needs to ensure that they consume adequate amounts of complementary food.

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