Nutribén® H.A. (Hypoallergenic)

Nutribén® H.A. is a hypoallergenic baby milk is a hypoallergenic baby milk milk suitable for newborn babies and onwards and specially designed to reduce allergies in hypersensitive children and prevent atopy in high risk children. It is not designed to treat babies with cow’s milk protein allergy.1-2

Main features and benefits of this formula:

  • 100% hydrolysed milk whey proteins that help prevent allergic reactions to cow’s milk proteins.1-2
  • High amount of dipeptides and tripeptides and few free amino acids, providing low osmotic concentration and a nice flavour.
  • It contains galacto-oligosaccharides that provide the following benefits.3
  • Help stimulate growth of bifidobacteria that are found in the colon.
  • Reduce constipation due to their fibre effect.
  • Strengthen the immune system.
  • It also contains nucleotides that help the maturation of the intestinal tract and the development of the immune system.4-9

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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: The product should not be consumed by infants allergic to the intact proteins of which the preparation is made unless generally accepted clinical trials show tolerance to infant formula in more than 90% of infants (with 95% confidence interval) hypersensitive to the proteins from which the hydrolyzate is prepared.

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.

  1. 1. Recomendaciones sobre el uso de fórmulas para el tratamiento y prevención de las reacciones adversas a proteínas de la leche de vaca. A. Balabriga, M. Moya, M.Martín Esteban, J. Dalmau, E. Doménech, M. Bueno, I. Cano, J. Cornellá, eAnales Españoles de Pediatría. Vol. 54, Nº 4, 2001
  2. 2. Molina, E., López-Fandiño, R., Lozano, D., López, I., and Pablos, A. Research on the allergenicity of an infant hydrolyzed whey-based formula. (RESEARCH AGREEMENT BETWEEN ALTER FARMACIA S.A. AND THE INSTITUTE OF FOOD SCIENCE RESEARCH (CIAL), SPANISH NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (CSIC)) Department of Food Bioactivity and Analysis, CIAL. 2014
  3. 3. Supplementations of milk formula with galacto-oligosaccharides improve intestinal micro-flora and fermentation in term infant. Ben Xiao-Ming, Zhou Xiao-yu, Zhao Wei-hua, Yu Wen-liang, Pan Wei, Xhang Wei-li, Wu Sheng-mei, Christien M. Van Beusekom and Anne Schaafsma. Chinese Medical Journal, Vol 117 (6); 927-931. 2004
  4. 4. Dietary sources of nucleotides- from breast milk to weaning. Barness LA. J. Nutr.1994: 128s-130s
  5. 5. Dietary nucleotides: cellular immune, intestinal and hepatic system effects. J. Nutr.1994: 124: 144-8s
  6. 6. Modulation of the immune system by human milk and infant formula containing nucleotides. Pikering LK, Granoff DM, Erickson JR, Masor ML and cols. American Academy of Pediatrics. 1998; 101: 242-249.
  7. 7. Alimentos funcionales. La importancia de los alimentos funcionales en las leches y papillas infantiles. Rivero Urgell M, Santamaría Orleáns A, Rodríguez Palmero, Seuma Mª. Nutrición Hospitalaria 2005; XX (2): 135-146.
  8. 8. Nucleotide supplementation and the growth of term small for gestational age infants. Cosgrove M. (1996) Arch Dis Childh 74 (f122-f125)
  9. 9. 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