Nutribén® SOYA

Nutribén® SOYA is a food with special medical uses, suitable for newborns and onwards día. It stands out due to its formula containing isolated soya protein and due to being lactose free. It is especially suitable for treating:1

  • Cow’s milk protein allergy.
  • Lactose intolerance.
  • Galactosemia.
  • Acute gastroenteritis and diarrhoea processes.

It is also enriched with L-methionine, L-carnitine, L-tryptophan and contains an adequate amount of vitamin D, which facilitates absorption of calcium and phosphorus. It also includes nucleotides, which improve intestinal tract and immune system development.2-7

– Check ingredients and product analysis.

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 4.8 gr.


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.

  1. 1. ESPGHAN, Committee on Nutrition. Comentario sobre la composición de las fórmulas infantiles de iniciación y de continuación a base de proteína de soja. Acta Paediatrica Scandinavica 1990. Volumen: 79: 1001-1005.
  2. 2. Dietary sources of nucleotides- from breast milk to weaning. Barness LA. J. Nutr.1994: 128s-130s
  3. 3. Dietary nucleotides: cellular immune, intestinal and hepatic system effects. J. Nutr1994: 124: 144-8s
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. Nucleotide supplementation and the growth of term small for gestational age infants. Cosgrove M. (1996) Arch Dis Childh 74 (f122-f125)
  7. 7. 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