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Frequently Asked Questions – Parents

Pasteurization is a very gentle, controlled heating process using special equipment that kills viruses and bacteria while still maintaining 95% of nutrient content that was originally present in the milk. While a few of the immune properties might be lost, there are many more that survive the pasteurization process. In addition, some beneficial enzymes are actually activated by the pasteurization process. World Health Organization(WHO), Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP), American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) technical guidelines recommend that only screened pasteurized human donor milk be given to premature and critically ill babies, if mother’s own milk is unavailable.
Pasteurization is a very gentle, controlled heating process using special equipment that kills viruses and bacteria while still maintaining 95% of nutrient content that was originally present in the milk. While a few of the immune properties might be lost, there are many more that survive the pasteurization process. In addition, some beneficial enzymes are actually activated by the pasteurization process. World Health Organization(WHO), Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP), American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) technical guidelines recommend that only screened pasteurized human donor milk be given to premature and critically ill babies, if mother’s own milk is unavailable.
All of us know that nature has designed mother’s milk to best suit the needs of her baby. But there are circumstances where, mother’s own milk isn’t available and therefore donor milk is the best option for these fragile premature and sick babies. Medical evidence suggests that donor milk is the second-best choice if mother’s own milk is not available as it is far superior and safer than any other formula or cow’s milk-based products which can pose significant health risks, especially for premature babies.
Usually, mother’s milk contains 55-59 calories/100mL in their milk. Preterm babies require a higher amount of energy (minimum of 70Calories/100mL) and thus mothers who have delivered preterm babies have higher energy in their milk. Human milk lipids provide a major portion of the energy supply to infants as well as polyunsaturated fatty acids, complex lipids, and bioactive components. PHBM 70 calories is rich in lipids which helps promote weight gain and thus is an ideal alternative if mother’s own milk is unavailable. PHBM 70 cals is 100% derived from human milk and does not contain preservatives or any other synthetic additives
Premature babies have special nutritional needs. Compared to term babies, premature babies need more energy to grow, and because they grow at a rapid pace, they also need more proteins and other nutrients. Because of your premature baby’s additional energy and protein requirements, they would need to consume more breast milk than their tiny stomach could hold in order to get the proper nutrition. These additional nutrients (often lacking in mother’s own milk) if are not given, may cause growth deficits which are difficult to compensate for, at later stages of life. That’s why doctors may decide to add a fortifier to your breast milk for your premature infant’s feedings. Neolact MMF is meant to fortify mother’s own milk with vital nutrients critical to the baby’s growth and wellbeing. Neolact MMF is India’s only fortifier which is derived 100% from human milk using Neolacta’s patented technology devised in Australia. When mixed with mother’s own milk, this ensures the baby is on “100% Human Milk diet” which has been clinically proven to have better outcomes and reduced NICU stay.
NeoLacta’s products are available across 200+ super speciality hospitals in most major towns and cities. You can also contact us on 1800-103-2456 (toll-free) or email us at enquiry@neolacta.com about your requirements and we will get in touch with you at the earliest.
Below are some of the reasons to use human donor milk, (in no specific order) • Medically recommended by the consulting Neonatologist. • A baby born before 37 weeks of gestation or full term. • A baby weight which is less than 2000 grams or less at birth. • Feed intolerance or Formula milk intolerance. • A mother who is unable to produce milk of her own due to some medical reasons. • A child who has lost his/her mother while birth.
Yes, you can. Please call us at 1800 103 2456 or write to us at enquiry@neolacta.com and our team will get in touch with you.
Human milk is the perfect food for babies and is easily digested by the babies. In contrast formula, milk is made using cow’s milk which is difficult to digest and increases the risk of complications in babies. “Did you know the salt [sodium] content in cow’s milk is pretty much at toxic levels for babies?”