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With LGG®


The express route towards ending cow’s milk allergy


All the existing benefits of Nutramigen LIPIL with the addition of a probiotic branded LGG®


First stop — symptom resolution Proven to have an average efficacy of 99%1† Faster resolution of CMA symptoms vs previous formulation2,3‡


Final destination — oral tolerance towards ending CMA The only eHF clinically proven to accelerate time to tolerance4§ 8 out of 10 infants are tolerant to cow’s milk after 12 months of use5


M M N E A solution for all your CMA needs Nutramigen with LGG® is not recommended for premature and immunocompromised infants unless directed and supervised by a healthcare


professional. www.nutramigen.co.uk †Studied before the addition of LGG®


Nutrition of the French Society of Paediatrics. ‡vs Nutramigen LIPIL. §vs an eHF based on casein, rice hydrolysate, soy and amino acid formulas. CMA, cow’s milk allergy; eHF, extensively hydrolysed formula; LGG®


Pediatr 2010;156:397–401. 4. Canani RB et al. J Pediatr 2013;163:771–777. 5. Canani RB et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2012;129:580–582. 6. Data on file, 2014.


IMPORTANT NOTICE: Breastfeeding provides the best nutrition for babies. *Trademark of Mead Johnson & Company, LLC. © 2015 Mead Johnson & Company, LLC. All rights reserved. LGG®


and the LGG® logo are registered trademarks of Valio Ltd, Finland. This material is for healthcare professionals only. EU15.572/09–15.


. Calculated using data on allergic reactions after oral food challenge with an eHF from table 3 of Dupont C et al. 2012, as judged by the Committee on , Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG. References: 1. Dupont C et al. Br J Nutr 2012;107:325–338. 2. Nermes M et al. Clin Exp Allergy 2010;41:370–77. 3. Baldassarre ME et al. J


, for no extra cost. The world's leading CMA formula6


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