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Neocate Junior, a unique AAF tailored for children with Cow's Milk Allergy over one year of age.

The demographics of food allergy appear to be changing, and many children now have food allergies which persist during childhood.1,2 These children will continue to need nutritional support and advice beyond the age of 1 year. It is important that their nutritional intake develops with the corresponding changes in their requirements as they grow.

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Neocate Junior is uniquely tailored to meet a child’s changing dietary requirements as they grow older; 350ml of Neocate Junior meets approximately 50% of the RNIs for calcium, vitamin D and iodine for children from 1-10 years. Allergic children are at increased risk of nutritional deficiencies including calcium, vitamin D and iodine3,4.

Neocate Junior is:

  • The only AAF with the flexibility to help manage both persistent CMA and those more complex conditions.
  • The only AAF that’s specifically designed for the ongoing needs of children over 1 year.
  • Supporting your patients who require an AAF suitable for tube feeding in complex conditions, GI disorders or multiple feed intolerance.
  • Neocate Junior is well tolerated and has excellent compliance.5

Why use Neocate Junior?

  • Neocate Junior provides flexible concentrations to meet different patient requirements and to support a smooth transition – it can be prepared at 0.69kcal/ml, 1 kcal/ml, or concentrated to 1.26kcal/ml.
  • Neocate Junior offers a single solution for oral and tube feeding, as well as being suitable as a sole source of nutrition or as a supplement to the diet.
  • Neocate Junior is available in three great tasting flavours, Strawberry, Vanilla and Unflavoured.*
  • Neocate Junior is hypoallergenic and manufactured in a milk-free environment.

* n=51 HCPs, Data on file, May 2016

The persistence of Cow’s Milk Allergy

Historically, it was assumed that CMA was a transient allergy that most children would grow out of around 1-2 years of age. However Allergic symptoms can persist beyond one year for a significant number of children. Studies of children with IgE mediated Cow's Milk Allergy show that only 19-57% of children will outgrow their allergy by the ages of 4-5 years.1,2,6

Data suggests it is also more likely to persist in those children with asthma, allergic rhinitis and those with more severe reactions.7,8,9

Important notice: Neocate Junior is a Food for Special Medical Purposes for the dietary management of Cow’s Milk Allergy, Multiple Food Protein Allergies and other conditions requiring an amino acid-based formula, and must be used under medical supervision.

  1. Høst A, Halken S. A prospective study of cow milk allergy in Danish infants during the first 3 years of life. Clinical course in relation to clinical and immunological type of hypersensitivity reaction. Allergy. 1990 Nov;45(8):587-96.
  2. Prescott S et al. Food Allergy: Riding the second wave of the allergy epidemic. Pediatr Allergy Immunol 2011; 22: 155-160
  3. Christie et al. J Am Diet Assoc 2002; 102:1648-1651.
  4. Thomassen et al JPGN 2017; 64: 806-811
  5. Clinical data on file, May 2016 & January 2017
  6. Skripac, J. et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2007; 120:1172-7
  7. Høst A. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2002;89 (6 suppl 1):33-37.
  8. Koletzko S, Niggemann B, Arato A, et al. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 2012; 55(2):221-229.
  9. Sladkevicius E, Nagy E, Lack G et al. Resource implications and budget impact of managing cow milk allergy in the UK. J Med Econ 2010;13(1):119-28.

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