Packing Size:72x1g



• Suitable for Preterm (<37 weeks) or Low Birth Weight (<2,500g/5.5lbs) infants
• Preterm or low birth weight infants have very specific nutritional needs. As stated by The European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN) : Preterm infants should be fed with breastmilk and consider supplementation when necessary to meet the infant’s needs1
• Mix with breast milk to make it more suitable for preterm or low birth weight infants, in line with the 2010 ESPGHAN nutritional guidelines for feeding preterm and low birth weight infants
• Increases the protein density of human milk to 3.6g (per 100 kcal), providing enough protein to meet the recommendation of 2010 ESPGHAN 1
• Clinical proven, supports healthy growth and steady weight gain : average weight gain exceeded 18g/kg/day, matching recommended weight gain rates to mimic intrauterine growth 2-3,
• Associate with a favourable GI status4
• Food for special medical purposes. Please use only under medical supervision.

• Made in Switzerland
• Improves the nutritional composition of breast milk for preterm and low birth weight infants
• 100% partially hydrolyzed whey protein, easy to digest
• Contains essential fatty acids and DHA to support brain and eye development
• Contains multivitamins and minerals

Packing size: 72 sachets / box (1g per sachet)
The standard level of serving: 1g per 25mL of human milk, or follow recommendation from health professionals

Important Notice:
• NESTLÉ® PreNAN™ Human Milk Fortifieris not a substitute for breastmilk and does not replace a balanced diet. Before using any dietary supplement, please discuss with your healthcare professional. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of reach of
• NESTLÉ® PreNAN™ Human Milk Fortifier is a food for special medical purposes especially designed to support the growth of premature/low birth weight infants fed with human milk, and should only be used under medical
• Breastmilk is the best, including preterm and low birth weight infants

1. Agostoni, C., et al. (2010). Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr, 50, 85-91
2. Rigo, J., et al. (2017). Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition, 65(4), e83–e93.
3. Fenton, TR., et al (2013) BMC Pediatr, 13:92
4. Rigo, J., et al. (2020) Acta Paediatrica 109527-533

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