Research funded by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) found that hydrolysed formula - a type of formula treated with heat to break down the milk proteins - offers no benefit to babies at risk of developing allergies.
The bars contain 20g of pure hydrolysed whey protein isolate and come in at 170 calories or less, while the flapjacks contain 23g of protein and 5g dietary fibre, promising to help repair muscles and balance energy.
Dietary ingredients subjected to human clinical trials that have shown potential in managing OA-associated symptoms include glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate, avocado soybean unsaponifiables (ASU), pycnogenol and collagen (in both undenatured and hydrolysed forms).
It is effective as it contains a high concentration of hydrolysed collagen (up to 100 times higher than the content available in a tablet) with additional active ingredients, specially formulated to accelerate bio-availability.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Findings of a new study suggested that there is no benefit in using hypoallergenic (partially hydrolysed whey) formula to prevent allergies in high-risk infants up to seven years of age, compared to a conventional cow's milk based formula.