1. Follow-on milks

From the age of six months, babies’ nutritional requirements change to meet their bodies’ growing demands.

2. Preparing follow-on milks

As with infant formula milk, follow-on milk should be made up as it is required, rather than in batches.

3. Moving from bottle to cup

From six months of age, parents should encourage their baby to drink from an open cup or a free-flow cup without a valve.

4. Ask the experts

As babies’ diets become less reliant on milk, how do the experts advise managing this transitional phase?

5. Training & CPD

This module looks at infant feeding from six to 12 months.

6. Product information

Infant formula milk and follow-on milk are the only appropriate alternatives to breast milk for bottle-fed babies before 12 months.

7. Follow-on milk comparison chart

Compare the nutritional information for follow-on milks.

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