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Every achievement that you witness as a parent is a little milestone in your child’s healthy development.

Discover NAN® SUPREME PRO 3, the first and only growing-up milk with a 5-HMO complex.

Our latest breakthrough formula


NAN Supreme Pro


NAN® SUPREME PRO 3 is the one and only growing-up milk with a 5-HMO complex, inspired
by the diversity and ratio of HMOs in breastmilk, and combined with Gentle Optipro®,
to support immunity, digestion, brain development and metabolism.1-11




The most advanced HMO blend, with five of the most abundant, structurally identical oligosaccharides that are found in breastmilk:
2’FL, DFL, LNT, 3’SL, 6’SL.12-22


Partially hydrolyzed protein

Gentle OPTIPRO® is NAN®’s optimized protein blend that supplies the right quantity of proteins for your child’s healthy growth.1,2,23



B. Lactis is a naturally active probiotic that helps support your child’s healthy defense system.24,25



To support brain development

A unique fat blend, rich in unsaturated fatty acids. Diets high in unsaturated fatty acids are recommended by leading pediatric associations to reduce the risk of cardio-vascular diseases in later life.10,11,26

NAN Supreme Pro

1-3 years NAN® SUPREME PRO 3 is our latest breakthrough growing-up with a 5-HMO complex, which combines Gentle Protein, BL Probiotic and DHA.


Probiotics: the friendly bacteria of the gut
Probiotics: the friendly bacteria of the gut

What are the benefits of probiotics for children? How can they help maintain the right balance in your child’s gut? Discover 2 ways probiotic B. Lactis makes a difference.

Gentle OPTIPRO: building the foundations of your child’s health
Gentle OPTIPRO®: building the foundations of your child’s health

Proteins are the building blocks of the brain, muscles and body. You want to make the right choice early on as proteins are essential for your child’s present growth and development, and crucial for their healthy future.

5 HMO complex:  A major immune component of human milk
5 HMO complex: A major immune component of human milk

What are HMOs? How do they contribute to a child’s immunity? Learn what every parent should know about this incredible discovery.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: We believe that breastfeeding is the ideal nutritional start for babies and we fully support the World Health Organizations recommendation of exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life followed by the introduction of adequate nutritious complementary foods along with continued breastfeeding up to two years of age.

NAN® Supreme Pro 3 is not a breast-milk substitute. We recommend that you speak to your healthcare professional about how to feed your baby and seek advice on when to introduce this product.

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