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Neocate LCP - Now with a new look and an even better formulation

Complete Nutrition for
infants 0-12 months

100% amino acid based
Proven fast, effective relief from the symptoms of CMA1,2
Helps the diagnosis and dietary management of CMA

The problems of Cow's Milk Allergy

Dietary exclusion is the mainstay of cows' milk allergy (CMA) management. However, the absence of cows' milk in a child's diet means they may be at risk from nutritional deficiency.
  • Some milk substitutes for CMA may not provide complete nutrition
  • Separate supplements (e.g. calcium) may be necessary
  • Soya-based infant formula should not be used as the first choice for
    the management of infants with proven CMA3
  • Up to 10% of infants with uncomplicated CMA and up to 40% of infants with
    more complex allergies may be intolerant to eHF4

What is Neocate LCP?

Neocate LCP is an alternative to breast milk or infant milk formula in Cow's Milk Allergy (CMA), multiple food protein intolerance (MFPI), or other disorders where an amino acid formula (AAF) is indicated. Neocate LCP is based on 100% free amino acids considered 'non-allergenic'. Neocate LCP is supported by over 25 years of clinical research.

What have we improved?

  • Macro & micro nutrient levels in line with the latest
    science and guidelines 5, 6, 7
  • Decreased osmolality to 340mOsmol/kgH20
  • The only Amino Acid Formula to contain nucleotides
  • DHA level that contributes to the visual development of infants 8
References: 1. De Boissieu D et al. Allergy to extensively hydrolyzed cow milk proteins in infants: identification and treatment with an amino acid based formula. J Pediatr 1997;131:744-777. 2. Vanderhoof JA et al. Intolerance to protein hydrolysate infant formulas: an under-recognized cause of gastrointestinal symptoms in infants. J Pediatr 1997;131:741-744. 3. Dept. of Health, CMO Update 37: Jan 2004 4. Hill DJ et al. The efficacy of amino acid-based formulas in relieving the symptoms of cow's milk allergy: a systematic review. Clin Exp Allergy 2007; 37: 808-822 5. Koletzko B et al. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr, 2005; 41: 584-599. 6. Commission Directive 1999/21/EC. 7. CODEX STAN 72 - 1981 (Revision 2007). 8. EFSA. Scientific substantiation of health claim related to docosahexanoic acid (DHA) and arachidonic acid (ARA) and visual development pursuant to Article 14 of Regulation (EC) no 1924/20061. The EFSA journal 2009:941 1-14.