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Help them face life’s adventures

The first year of life is a critical time for immune system development1,2

For infants with cow's milk allergy (CMA) who cannot be breastfed, hypoallergenic formulas can provide symptom relief and growth,3 but do they provide the immune support that these infants need?

Introducing the Similac® Hypoallergenic Formula Range

The first and only hypoallergenic formulas in Ireland to contain 2’-FL*†, a major component of most mothers’ breast milk,4 to help support the immune needs of infants with CMA and/or multiple food allergies.



For mild-to-moderate CMA and other conditions where an extensively hydrolysed formula is indicated


Find out more about Alimentum arrow


For severe CMA and/or multiple food allergies, and other conditions where an amino acid-based formula is indicated


Find out more about EleCare arrow

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About CMA Management

See the latest recommendations for diagnosing and managing CMA in primary care.

The Role of 2’-FL

Human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) are the 3rd most abundant solid component of breast milk.5 Find out how 2’-FL supports the developing immune system.

Resources and Education

Abbott is committed to keeping healthcare professionals informed about the latest research and information on the management of CMA.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Breastfeeding is best for infants and is recommended for as long as possible during infancy. Alimentum and EleCare are infant formulas for special medical purposes and should only be used under the recommendation or guidance of a healthcare professional.

*The 2'-FL (2'-fucosyllactose) used in this formula is biosynthesised and structurally identical to the human milk oligosaccharide (HMO) 2'-FL, found in most mothers' breast milk.4
†MIMS. December 2020.

CMA: cow’s milk allergy; HMO: human milk oligosaccharide.



IE-SIMILAC-2100003 February 2021