Aptamil 6-12 month range Products Nutritionally tailored for babies "Your baby grows at an amazing pace between 6 months and a year, as they prepare for those important first steps and first words. But did you know that at around 6 months their natural iron stores start to deplete? Our nutritionally tailored Follow On milks contains iron to support normal cognitive development as part of a varied, balanced weaning diet." - The Careline team Aptamil Profutura Follow On milk 6-12 months Aptamil Profutura Follow On milk is our most advanced formulation and packaging yet. It contains our highest level of DHA (Omega 3)* and is enriched with iron for normal cognitive development. Learn more Aptamil Follow On Milk 6-12 months When your baby's ready to try solids, try Stage 2 Aptamil Follow On Milk, tailored to complement a weaning diet. Learn more Aptamil Multigrain cereal 7+ months With expertise in every spoonful, the thicker textures and adventurous flavours of Aptamil cereals with Pronutravi+ are ideal for the second stage of weaning. Learn more Aptamil Muesli 10+ months Containing grains and fruits, Aptamil Mueslis with Pronutravi are perfect for the later stages of weaning. The chewy texture and new flavours help support with your baby's development. Learn more Aptamil specialist milks From birth Specifically to support the dietary requirements of babies diagnosed with conditions such as colic, reflux and cows' milk allergy. Learn more *33% more DHA than in all Aptamil Follow On milks Product Finder Quickly find the right Aptamil milk or cereal for your baby. Use our Product Finder Use our Product Finder Worried about weaning? Our expert team are here to answer your questions about your baby’s development, nutrition, weaning foods and more, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call us on 0800 996 1000 Messenger 97% of Careline users say they'd contact us again Source: Careline exit survey 2016, 2379 people Weaning advice from our experts Aptamil Production & Quality Assurance From the ingredients we source to our manufacturing process, every Aptamil product meets strict quality and safety standards. Learn more Stage 2 weaning: Introducing food textures Once your baby can manage smooth purées, you can introduce thicker textures and new tastes. Find out how in our short video. Learn more Milk nutrition during weaning Milk should still form an important part of your baby’s diet during weaning. Find out why, and also how much you should be giving them. Learn more Signs of weaning Ready for weaning or just going through a growth spurt? Find out how to tell if your baby is hungry for more than just milk. Learn more Foods to avoid Introducing a balanced diet during weaning is important. But some foods shouldn’t be given to babies under 12 months. Find out which foods to avoid. Learn more Food textures: Baby weaning recipes Discover the importance of introducing textures into your baby’s weaning diet, plus its role in food acceptance and speech development. Learn more Baby feeding and nutrition Certain vitamins and minerals are important to include in your baby’s weaning diet. Learn which ones, and which foods are ideal sources for your baby's nutrition. Learn more Weaning problems solved Whether your baby is gagging on lumpy foods, or refusing to eat anything new, find out how to solve your most common weaning problems. Learn more Tips for fussy eaters Loves broccoli one day, refuses it the next? Follow our tips for fussy eaters to help overcome this passing phase while weaning your baby. Learn more Important notice Breastfeeding is best for babies and provides many benefits. It is important that, in preparation for and during breastfeeding, you eat a healthy, balanced diet. Combined breast and bottle feeding in the first weeks of life may reduce the supply of your own breast milk, and reversing the decision not to breastfeed is difficult. The social and financial implications of using an infant milk should be considered. Improper use of an infant milk or inappropriate foods or feeding methods may present a health hazard. If you use an infant milk, you should follow manufacturer’s instructions for use carefully – failure to follow the instructions may make your baby ill. Follow-on milk is only for babies over 6 months, as part of a mixed diet and should not be used as a breastmilk substitute before 6 months. We advise that all formula milks be used on the advice of a doctor, midwife, health visitor, public health nurse, dietitian, pharmacist or other professional responsible for maternal and child care, based on your baby's individual needs. Use Growing Up milk as part of a varied balanced diet from 1 year.