Holle Stage 1 Instructions in English

 

 1.

Clean thoroughly by boiling the bottle, ring and teat for 3 - 5 minutes before use.

 

2.

Boil water and allow it to cool to approx. 50°C / 122°F. Pour half the required amount of water into the bottle. (see table)

 

3.

Measure the correct amount of powder using the measuring spoon, level the powder on the spoon and add to the bottle.

 

4.

Shake thoroughly. Add the rest of the water and shake again. Allow cooling to approx. 37 °C / 98.6 °F before feeding.

 

FEEDING CHART

Age

Amount of water

(ml / fl oz)

Number of measuring spoons*

Prepared product

(ml / fl oz)

Bottles per day

1st week

according to doctor's instructions

2nd - 4th week

90 / 3.04

3

100 / 3.38

5 - 7

2nd month

150 / 5.07

5

170 / 5.74

4 - 5

3rd - 4th month

180 / 6.09

6

200 / 6.76

4 - 5

After the 4th month

210 / 7.1

7

230 / 7.77

3 - 4

 *1 Flattened measuring spoon = 4.4 g / 0.155 oz.

The recommended drinking amount and number of bottles per day are general guidelines only. Your baby does not have to drink the bottle completely. Individual deviations are completely normal.

Preparation notes

  • Please follow the preparation instructions exactly. Dosing in the correct quantities will ensure your baby always receives the nutrients he or she needs.
  • Only use the provided measuring spoon.
  • Do not change proportions of infant formula powder except with explicit medical advice. Incorrect preparation and storage may result in damage to health.
  • Always prepare bottles fresh. Do not re-use leftovers.
  • Do not heat baby food in the microwave (danger of overheating)

Important notes

A mother’s milk is the most natural and beneficial nourishment for your baby – including all nutrients and vitamins needed. That is why we recommended breastfeeding. Holle Organic baby formula 1 is suitable to use from birth onwards or if changing from breastfeeding. Ideal for feeding in a bottle, but also for preparing Holle Wholegrain Porridges. Before you decide to use this product, consult your doctor or health professional for advice.

Do not allow your baby to suck on its bottle continuously to prevent possible damage to teeth. Pay special attention to your baby’s dental hygiene once his or her first tooth has come through.

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