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Compleat® Pediatric Reduced Calorie
COMPLEAT® Pediatric Reduced Calorie

COMPLEAT® PEDIATRIC REDUCED CALORIE is a nutritionally complete tube-feeding formula made from a blend of real food ingredients such as peas, green beans, tomato paste, peaches, cranberry juice concentrate, and carrots.

It provides 7.5 grams of protein per 250 mL carton from wholesome protein sources like dehydrated chicken powder, milk protein concentrate, and pea protein isolate. Specially formulated for children with reduced caloric needs. 

 

COMPLEAT® Pediatric Reduced Calorie

COMPLEAT® PEDIATRIC REDUCED CALORIE is a nutritionally complete tube-feeding formula made from a blend of real food ingredients such as peas, green beans, tomato paste, peaches, cranberry juice concentrate, and carrots.

It provides 7.5 grams of protein per 250 mL carton from wholesome protein sources like dehydrated chicken powder, milk protein concentrate, and pea protein isolate. Specially formulated for children with reduced caloric needs. 

 

Key Benefits

  • For children 1–13 years with reduced caloric needs – 40% fewer calories than standard 1.0 kcal/mL formulas (0.6 kcal/mL vs. 1.0 kcal/mL in Compleat® Pediatric)
  • Includes a blend of ingredients from real foods, such as peas, green beans, tomato paste, peaches, cranberry juice concentrate, and carrots
  • Contains protein from dehydrated chicken powder, milk protein concentrate, and pea protein isolate
  • No corn or soy ingredients
  • Provides approximately 1 cup equivalent of fruits and vegetables for children in the recommended daily complete feeding (1000 mL ages 1–8 years, 1200 mL ages 9–13 years)
  • Meets the 2011 IOM recommendations for calcium and vitamin D and contains CalciLock®† blend of essential nutrients to support healthy bone development

Nutritional Applications

  • Long-term tube feeding regimen for those who prefer a formula that includes real food ingredients
  • Disproportionate weight gain associated with developmental disabilities
  • May help address feeding intolerance common in children with developmental disabilities
  • Reduced caloric needs
  • Bowel management

Suitable for the following diets

  • lactose intolerance. Not for individuals with galactosemia
  • gluten-free