Formula milk powder, also known as breast milk powder, is a milk product formulated on the basis of ordinary milk powder to meet the nutritional needs of infants. Formula milk powder is to meet the nutritional needs of infants. Various nutrients are added to the milk powder to achieve an effect close to breast milk. Compared with ordinary milk powder, milk powder removes part of casein in the formula and increases whey protein.
Compared with ordinary milk powder, formula milk powder removes part of casein and increases whey protein; removes most of the saturated fatty acids and adds vegetable oils, thereby increasing unsaturated fatty acids, DHA (docosahexaenoic acid, commonly known as brain Gold), AA (arachidonic acid); lactose is also added to the formula milk powder, which has a sugar content close to that of human milk; reduces mineral content and reduces the burden on the kidneys of infants and young children; also adds trace elements, vitamins, certain amino acids or other The ingredients make it closer to human milk. It is called infant formula.