Breastfeeding is the best thing for your baby, because your mother’s milk contains exactly the nutrients your baby needs for optimal and healthy development. If you do not have enough breast milk or you can not or do not fully breastfeed, you can give your baby first day Parendise Bio PRE starter milk. Our Parendise Bio PRE starter milk has been formulated to be as close to breast milk as possible, both in terms of ingredient quality and consistency. Just like breastfeeding, you can give your baby our Parendise Bio PRE starting milk as many times as needed.
As long as your baby is sufficiently full, a conversion to a follow-on milk is not necessary. The PRE starting milk has been designed to be given from the first day of life until the end of the bottle age. If you feel that your baby needs more in the course of its growth, you can easily switch to our Parendise follow-up milk 2 (from the 6th month) or to our Parendise follow-up milk 3 (from the 10th month). You can find out more about the ingredients of our individual dairy products here.
Our recommendation is to always prepare the milk bottle only fresh in order to ensure a safe product, as otherwise germs may form. Our tip: boil water in the evening, let it cool down and put it in a thermos ready, so you can quickly prepare the vial in the night.
Lactose is a natural sugar, also known as lactose, which is also naturally present in breast milk. Lactose is a simple carbohydrate that consists of glucose and galactose and serves as an energy source for your baby, especially during the first months of life.
Yes! First of all, palm oil is much better than its reputation. Palm oil is one of the few vegetable oils that is high in saturated fat. This is very similar to the fatty acids found in breast milk. The so-called palmitic acid occurs in both breast milk and in palm oil in high quantities and ensures that your baby can build a functioning fatty acid metabolism. Palmitic acid also helps in the absorption of calcium.
The combination of palm oil with rapeseed oil and sunflower oil ensures optimal supply of good fatty acids, which are important for the age-appropriate development of your baby.
We only use organic certified vegetable oils in our milk formula. Our palm oil also comes from certified sustainable cultivation.
Maltodextrin is a carbohydrate mixture made from starch. It is easy to digest and is used as an energy source in food. It is tasteless and does not sweeten the milk.
We only use organic certified maltodextrin in our milk formula.
Starch is the most important carbohydrate for human nutrition. Starch is made from plants, which use it to store their surplus energy as a reserve. Starch is used in baby milk powder to enrich the milk, make it thicker. It serves the saturation effect.
We only use organic certified starch in our milk food.
Rapeseed oil is a pure vegetable oil that promotes the development and growth of babies.
We only use organic certified rapeseed oil in our milk formula.
DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid. DHA fatty acids are derived from fish oil and microalgae. DHA is an important component in the development of the brain. However, DHA, which is supplied to baby milk products, is not identical to the fatty acids in breast milk. There are no studies that show a positive added benefit from the addition of DHA to baby milk. Those studies that deal with the addition of DHA and ALA have found no evidence of improvement in vision, cognitive ability, or growth.
Both breastmilk and organic baby milk powder contain essential vegetable fatty acids that support healthy brain growth.