FAQs ABOUT ZEROLAC POWDER
Q: What is Zerolac Powder used for?
A: Zerolac Powder is a special infant milk substitute containing maltodextrin, soy protein, and nucleotides as active ingredients, which is used for feeding infants in primary lactose intolerance, acute and chronic diarrhoea due to secondary lactose intolerance and if they are allergic to cow or buffalo milk protein.
Q: How to use Zerolac Powder?
A: Always use Zerolac Powder as advised by your physician. Wash the bowl and spoon thoroughly with soap and water and then boil in water for 5 minutes. Boil drinking water in a separate vessel for atleast 15 minutes and leave it till lukewarm. Take measured quantity of Zerolac Powder in a sterilised wide mouth bowl and add the required quantity of lukewarm water. Stir well to get an evenly mixed feed. Once the feed is prepared, use it within half an hour, otherwise, the product may start to degrade due to microbes. Every time, use freshly prepared feed, any leftover feed should be thrown away.
Q: What are the side effects of Zerolac Powder?
A: Zerolac Powder is a nutritional feeding supplement that usually does not cause any side effects, however, consult your doctor if your child experiences any unusual side effects while taking it.
Q: What age is Zerolac Powder for?
A: Zerolac Powder is intended for use in infants (0-1 year of age) as a milk substitute. A health professional should be consulted before using an infant milk substitute to determine whether it is necessary and how to use it safely.
Q: When Zerolac Powder should be used?
A: Only use Zerolac Powder if your child has diarrhea brought by lactose intolerance. If the signs of intolerance do not improve, the lactose-free/sucrose-free newborn milk substitute should be discontinued.