Nutribén® HYDROLYSED 1

Nutribén® HYDROLYSED 1 is a food with special medical uses with highly hydrolysed non lactose proteins that meet the nutritional needs of babies from newborn to 6 months. It is especially suitable for treating:

  • Cow’s milk protein intolerance and allergy.
  • Atopic dermatitis.
  • Congenital lactose intolerance.
  • Acute gastroenteritis which shows symptoms of intestinal lactase deficiency.
  • Any diarrhoea process caused by different factors.
  • Malabsorption of carbohydrates.

The characteristics of this formula are as follows:

  • 100% fully hydrolysed casein, safe and effective in treating cow’s milk protein allergies.1-3
  • Lactose free. 100% maltodextrin. It prevents risk of contamination with intact whey proteins and prevents possible diarrhoea due to lactose intolerance.4
  • 20% easy to digest and absorb medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs), which improve problems with nutrient absorption.5
  • DHA and gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) with an anti-inflammatory effect, improving atopic dermatitis and guaranteeing correct cognitive and retina development in babies.6-9
  • It also contains nucleotides that help the maturation of the intestinal tract and the encourage the development of the immune system.10-15
  • Prebiotics: 100% fructooligosaccharides, that have a protective effect against allergy reactions and help prevent atopic dermatitis.16-18

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Dosage table

This table is based on average requirements, and may only be varied if indicated by your doctor.

Levelled scoops*
Boiled water (ml)
Feeds per day
Age: 0 to 2 weeks
Age: 2 to 8 weeks
Age: 2 to 3 months
Age: 3 to 6 months
Age: 6 months and onwards

*One levelled scoop is equal to approximately 4.3 g.


IMPORTANT: Breast milk is the best milk for your baby. This product is recommended when breastfeeding is not possible or insufficient. You should follow your competent healthcare professional’s advice.

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  2. 2. Tormo R. Alergia en intolerancia a la proteína de la leche de vaca. En: Protocolos diagnósticas y terapéuticos en pediatría
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  15. 15. Effects of the addition of nucleotides to an adapted milk formula on the microbial pattern of faeces in at term new born infants. Gil A. (1986) J Clin. Nutr. Gastroent.1: 127-132
  16. 16. Maternal consumption of fructo-oligosaccharide diminishes the severity of skin inflammation in offspring of NC/Nga mice. R. Fujiwara, N. Takemura, J. Watanabe and K. Sonoyama. British Journal of Nutrition (2010), 103, 530-538
  17. 17. La intervención nutricional precoz con una combinación de oligosacáridos prebióticos reduce la incidencia de manifestaciones alérgicas e infecciones durante los dos primeros años de vida. S. Arslanoglu, G.E. Moro, J. Schmitt, L. Tandoi, S. Rizzardi. The Journal of Nutrition 138: 1091-1095, 2008
  18. 18. How can probiotics and prebiotics impact mucosal immunity? S. O’Flaherty, D. M. Saulnier, B. Pot and J. Versalovic. Gut microbes 1:5, 293-300 September/October 2010.