Wellness Hub October 2018 Products Nutritional support for your baby Victoria Hanlon - Swisse Author September 25, 2018 Share Here at Swisse, we’re delighted to launch our new infants range, to help support the growth and development of your precious little one. The range forms part of our new suite of Swisse Ultinatal products, a selection of premium quality formulas for mums, dads and babies*, providing nutritional support throughout life’s greatest journey. Consisting of easy dosing formats and mild natural flavours, with no added artificial flavours, sweeteners or colours, the infants range comprises of the following: Swisse Ultinatal Calcium Liquid for Baby Swisse Ultinatal Calcium Liquid for Baby is a premium quality formula to help support the growth and development of healthy, strong bones, and maintain strong teeth. It also contains natural vitamin D3 to support the absorption of calcium. Swisse Ultinatal DHA + EPA Liquid for Baby Swisse Ultinatal DHA + EPA Liquid for Baby is designed to help support cognitive health and normal brain function , the primary facets of which include learning, understanding and memory. The formulation helps support a healthy nervous system and eye health, and provides a natural source of omega-3 fatty acids. Importantly, the body cannot produce DHA and EPA, so they need to be obtained from the diet. Swisse Ultinatal Vitamin D3 Liquid for Baby Swisse Ultinatal Vitamin D3 Liquid for Baby has been specifically developed for infants to help support a healthy immune system, healthy, strong bones and muscle function. Vitamin D is important for both pregnant women and nursing infants, particularly in the first few months of life. Factors such as sunlight exposure, diet, maternal vitamin D levels and exclusive breastfeeding can be influential in the vitamin D status of infants. Infants who are breastfed may require vitamin D supplementation to maintain adequate vitamin D levels. Always read the label. Use only as directed. Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional. *0-6 months: exclusive breastfeeding is recommended.