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How do I transition from my regular formula to a new one?

Aptamil Toddler - Formula Transition Plan

Some children may experience discomfort when starting a new formula, so we recommend you gradually transition over one week.

Should your child experience any adverse symptoms at any stage of the transition speak to a health care professional, call the Careline on NZ-0800 438 500 or contact us.

Formula Transition Guide

Aptamil Toddler - Formula Transition Plan - Day 1 to 2

Start by reducing your usual volume of formula to 75%. Add 25% of the new formula. Do this on every feed for 2 days.

Then reduce your usual formula to 50% and add 50% of the new formula, again, do this on every feed for 2 days.

Aptamil Toddler - Formula Transition Plan - Day 3 to 4
Aptamil Toddler - Formula Transition Plan - Day 5 to 6

Reduce your old formula to 25% and the new formula to 75% for 2 days.

If your child has not experienced any adverse symptoms on day 7 you are ready to try 100% of the new formula.

Aptamil Toddler - Formula Transition Plan - Day 7
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