Nutribén® Lactose Free 1

Nutribén® Lactose Free 1 is a food with special medical uses, suitable for newborns and onwards, that does not contain lactose. It is specially designed to treat:

  • Congenital lactose intolerance.
  • Temporary lactose intolerance in newborns.
  • Acute gastroenteritis which shows symptoms of intestinal lactase deficiency.
  • Antibiotic-associated diarrhoea.
  • Any diarrhoea process caused by different factors..
  • Malabsorption of carbohydrates.


It contains nucleotides and long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids that improve intestinal development, reduce diarrhoea and encourage immune system development.1-12

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Dosage table

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

Baby´s weight (kg.)
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

**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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