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Friso Gold Comfort Next

For toddlers aged 1+

Friso Gold Comfort Next

Friso Gold Comfort Next

For toddlers aged 1+

  • contains:
  • Probiotic
    Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that helps in digestion. Friso Gold Comfort Next contains the probiotic Bifidobacterium lactis HN019.
  • 3 Prebiotics
    Friso Gold Comfort Next has a unique mix of 3 prebiotics consisting of Galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS), Inulin, and Galactomannans from Carob Bean Gum (CBG). Prebiotics promotes the growth of good Bifidus bacteria to help maintain a healthy digestive system.
  • sn-2 Palmitate
    Natural sn-2 palmitate* helps to lower fatty acid soaps and soften stools^.

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Dietary changes and lifestyle factors affect the digestive health of adults and children alike. Friso recommends a holistic approach to the management of constipation in children. Formulated as part of a varied diet, Friso Gold Comfort Next is designed to provide nutritional support for the management of constipation in children aged 1 year onwards. It contains probiotic, 3 prebiotics and natural sn-2 palmitate* which helps to lower fatty acid soaps and soften stools^.

The Natural Choice for Tiny Tummies

Nutritional Benefits

Probiotic
3 Prebiotics
SN-2 Palmitate
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Probiotic

Although people often think of bacteria and other microorganisms as harmful “germs,” many are actually helpful. Some bacteria could help digest food, destroy disease-causing cells, or produce vitamins. Probiotics are live microorganisms that help to maintain a desirable balance of beneficial bacteria in the digestive system. 

The most common probiotics are bacteria that belong to groups called Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium. 

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3 Prebiotics

Prebiotics promote the growth of good Bifidus bacteria to help maintain a healthy digestive system. In other words, prebiotics are the nutrients that selectively stimulate the growth of the good bacteria, probiotics, in the digestive system. 

Galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS) and Inulin
Extracted from natural sources like milk and chicory root plant, GOS and Inulin are prebiotics that can stimulate the growth of the good bacteria Bifidobacteria and Lactobacilli1-3

Galactomannans from Carob Bean Gum (CBG)
The use of CBG has been shown to increase the number of Bifidobacteria and Lactobacilli and lower intestinal pH4,5. As a dietary fibre, its relatively high water-holding capacity could also contribute to fecal bulking and increasing stool weight, thus helping to support a healthy defecation pattern and frequency6.  

 

 


 

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SN-2 Palmitate

Palmitic acid is one of the most common fatty acids in milk. The sn-2 positioning of palmitic acid promotes the absorption of palmitic acid and calcium, whereas those at sn-1 and sn-3 positions is released as free palmitic acid which can readily interact with minerals (e.g. calcium) to form insoluble soaps7. These soaps are generally associated with hard stools and overall decreased absorption of palmitic acids and minerals like calcium8,9

Cow’s milk fat provides a natural source of sn-2 palmitate10, which could help to lower the formation of fatty acid soaps and soften stools^  

 

Energy
Dietary Fibre
Minerals
Vitamins
Nucleotides
Description Unit Per 100g Per 100ml
Energy kcal 469 62
kJ 1967 260
Protein g 14.9 2.0
Total Fat g 21.7 2.9
-Saturated Fat g 9.2 1.2
-sn-2 Palmitate g 1.0 0.1
-Linoleic Acid mg 2360.0 311.5
-α-linolenic acid mg 310.0 40.9
-Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) mg 49.0 6.5
Carbohydrates g 51.6 6.8
-Total Sugars g 49.0 6.5
--Lactose g 48.0 6.3
--Added Sugar g 1.0 0.1
Description Unit Per 100g Per 100ml
Dietary Fibre g 2.0 0.3
-Galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS) g 0.7 0.1
-Galactomannans (from Carob bean gum) g 0.5 0.1
-Inulin g 0.8 0.1
Description Unit Per 100g Per 100ml
Calcium mg 535.0 70.6
Phosphorus mg 420.0 55.4
Sodium mg 225 30
Potassium mg 536.0 70.8
Chloride mg 312.0 41.2
Magnesium mg 60.0 7.9
Iron mg 5.8 0.8
Iodine µg 124.0 16.4
Zinc mg 3.8 0.5
Copper µg 332.0 43.8
Manganese µg 200.0 26.4
Selenium µg 19.2 2.5
Description Unit Per 100g Per 100ml
Vitamin A µg-RE 456.0 60.2
Vitamin D3 µg 6.9 0.9
Vitamin C mg 120.0 15.8
Vitamin B1 µg 524.0 69.2
Vitamin B2 µg 720.0 95.0
Niacin mg 3.2 0.4
Vitamin B6 µg 560.0 73.9
Folic Acid µg 156.0 20.6
Pantothenic Acid mg 3.1 0.4
Vitamin B12 µg 1.3 0.2
Vitamin K1 µg 36.0 4.8
Biotin µg 20.0 2.6
Vitamin E mg α-TE 6.4 0.8
Description Unit Per 100g Per 100ml
Nucleotides mg 32.1 4.2
Choline mg 112.0 14.8
Taurine mg 31.2 4.1
Inositol mg 21.6 2.9
L-Carnitine mg 13.6 1.8
  • What is the difference between Friso Gold Comfort Next and Friso Gold Stage 3?

    Although both products are indicated and nutritionally designed for children of age 1 year and above, Friso Gold Stage 3 is indicated for healthy children in general whereas Friso Gold Comfort Next is specially formulated to provide nutritional support for the dietary management of constipation in children aged 1 year onwards. 

  • My child’s pediatrician just prescribed him Friso Gold Comfort Next. How do I prepare Friso Gold Comfort Next?

    • Pour 180 ml of lukewarm water (40°C) into the feeding bottle.
    • Use enclosed scoop to add 1 levelled scoop to each 30ml of water, up to a total of 6 scoops.
    • Twirl bottle until the powder is completely dissolved.
  • How many servings of Friso Gold Comfort Next can I give to my child per day?

    You can give 2-3 servings of Friso Gold Comfort Next per day as stated on the tin. 

  • Friso Gold Stage 3 has no added sucrose. How about Friso Gold Comfort Next?

    Yes, Friso Gold Stage 3 does not contain added sucrose. Likewise, Friso Gold Comfort Next doesn’t contain added sucrose.

*From milk fat
^Manios Y, Karaglani E, Thijs-Verhoeven I, et al. ‘Effect of milk fat-based infant formulae on stool fatty acid soaps and calcium excretion in healthy term infants: two double-blind randomized cross-over trials’. BMC Nutrition. 2020; 6:46.

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2. Ben X-M, Li J, Feng Z-T, et al. ‘Low level of galacto-oligosaccharide in infant formula stimulates growth of intestinal Bifidobacteria and Lactobacilli’. World J Gastroenterol. 2008;14(42):6564.

3. Moro G, Minoli I, Mosca M, et al. ‘Dosage-related bifidogenic effects of galacto- and fructooligosaccharides in formula-fed term infants’. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2002;34(3):291-295. 

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6. Tounian P, Meunier L, Speijers G, Oozeer R, Vandenplas Y. ‘Effectiveness and Tolerance of a Locust Bean Gum-Thickened Formula: A Real-Life Study’. Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition. 2020 Nov; 23(6):511-520. 

7. Petit V, Sandoz L, Garcia-Rodenas CL. ‘Importance of the regiospecific distribution of long-chain saturated fatty acids on gut comfort, fat and calcium absorption in infants’. Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids. 2017;121:40-51. 

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9. Litmanovitz I, Bar-Yoseph F, Lifshitz Y, et al. ‘Reduced crying in term infants fed high beta-palmitate formula: a double-blind randomized clinical trial’. BMC Pediatr. 2014;14(1):152. 

10. Straarup EM, Lauritzen L, Faerk J, Høy CE, Michaelsen KF. ‘The stereospecific triacylglycerol structures and fatty acid profiles of human milk and infant formulas‘. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition. 2006;42(3):293-9.