Novalac Diarrhoea has been scientifically formulated to provide nutritional support for babies with diarrhoea.

It is low in lactose and contains electrolytes to help rehydrate. Novalac Diarrhoea contains banana and apple puree providing a great taste.

Why Novalac Diarrhoea?

  • Specially formulated for babies with diarrhoea

  • Provides nutritional support for babies with diarrhoea

  • Low lactose and pleasant tasting

  • Contains electrolytes to help redydrate

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Novalac Diarrhoea is suitable for temporary use only (up to 5 days exclusively). Novalac Diarrhoea is not suitable for general use and should be used under medical supervision.

Once your baby’s diarrhoea has resolved, an infant or follow on formula may be used.

Novalac Diarrhoea ingredients:

Each tin contains: Banana puree, maltodextrins, vegetable oils (palm, soy, coconut), apple puree, milk proteins, partially hydrolysed rice flour, fructose, dextrose, calcium chloride, calcium carbonate, sodium chloride, trisodium citrate, emulsifier (soy lecithin), tricalcium phosphate, vitamins (A, B1, B12, B2, B6, C, D3, E, K1, biotin, folic acid, niacin, pantothenic acid), L-cystine, magnesium sulphate, taurine, disodium phosphate, choline chloride, inositol, L-carnitine, zinc sulphate, antioxidants (extract rich in tocopherols), ferrous sulphate, cupric sulphate, potassium iodide, manganese sulphate, sodium selenite.


Soy, milk.

Novalac Diarrhoea infant formula

Composition per 100mL Novalac Diarrhoea formula
(reconstituted at one 4.3 g scoop/30mL water)

Major Nutrients Per 100ml prepared feed* Units
Energy 62.3 kcal
  261.2 kJ
Protein 2.3 g
Carbohydrates 7.1 g
Fat 2.7 g
Linoleic acid (Omega 6) 0.5 g
α-Linolenic acid (Omega 3) 49.4 mg
Sodium 31.2 mg
Potassium 83.2 mg
Chloride 49.4 mg
Calcium 50.7 mg
Phosphorus 26 mg
Magnesium 6.5 mg
Iron 0.1 mg
Zinc 0.5 mg
Iodine 6.5 µg
Copper 45.5 µg
Manganese 26 µg
Selenium 1.3 µg
Major Nutrients Per 100ml prepared feed* Units
Vitamin A 58.5 µg RE
Vitamin B1 52 µg
Vitamin B2 104 µg
Vitamin B6 45.5 µg
Vitamin B12 0.2 µg
Vitamin C 7.8 mg
Vitamin D3 1 µg
Vitamin E 1.4 mg α-TE
Vitamin K1 3.9 µg
Niacin 0.6 mg
Pantothenic acid 0.3 mg
Folic acid 7.8 µg
Biotin 2 µg
Other Nutrients
Choline 5.2 mg
Inositol 3.3 mg
Taurine 5.7 mg
L-carnitine 1.2 mg

*As prepared according to instructions


How to prepare Novalac Diarrhoea

WARNING: Follow instructions exactly. Prepare bottles and teats as directed. Do not change proportions of powder except on medical advice. Incorrect preparation can make your baby very ill.

Always wash your hands before preparing a bottle. Each bottle should be prepared individually. Only use the measuring scoop provided. It is recommended that formula be used immediately after it is prepared.

Wash the feeding bottle, cap, teat and any utensils to be used and sterilise them in boiling water.

Boil clean drinking water for 5 minutes and allow to cool to 40°C. Pour the required amount of water (see Feeding Guide) into the bottle.

Measure the correct quantity of formula (see Feeding Guide) into the bottle using the scoop provided. Always use one level scoopful (4.3g) per 30mL of water.

Secure the lid on the bottle and shake for at least 30 seconds until the powder is completely dissolved. Let cool to lukewarm temperature (37°C) without re-shaking. Test the temperature on your wrist before feeding.

Formula should be consumed within one hour of preparation. Any formula left over after feeding should be discarded.

Feeding guide for Novalac Diarrhoea

This is a general guide only. Your baby may need more or less bottles than indicated depending on their appetite. Babies aged over 6 months should be offered solid food in addition to infant formula. Always add one level scoopful to 30mL of cooled pre-boiled water.

Age (months) Bottles per day Level scoops per bottle Cooled boiled water (mL)
0 to 1 6 3 90
1 to 2 5 4 120
2 to 4 5 5 150
4 to 6 4 7 210
6 to 12 3* 7 210

* As part of a diversified diet

Novalac Diarrhoea is suitable for temporary use only. Once diarrhoea has resolved, the formula that you normally give to your baby should be re-introduced gradually according to your healthcare professional’s advice.