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Proteins are crucial for the growth and the development of the infant’s organs. Until the age of 6 months, proteins come exclusively from breast milk or formulated infant milk if the mum can not or does not wish to breastfeed.





Proteins are amino acids combined together to form a long chain. They are the major constituents of our muscles and organs.
Your fast growing baby will need a rich intake of proteins. Breast milk mainly contains whey proteins such as alpha lactalbumin and casein.  

Breast milk contains the necessary quantity of protein to your baby’s organism development and is perfectly adjusted to his still immature kidneys.



Baby nutrition