Age-specific formulas

At Little Étoile® Nutrition isn’t a “one size fits all” approach.

Little Étoile® Nutrition and Little Étoile® Clinical Nutrition are designed to provide nutrition required specifically for key development stages. We tailor to the unique nutritional requirements of the developmental processes occurring within these stages by careful adjustment of (a) the types; and (b) levels of nutrients


From 0 - 6 months

Our infant formulas are nutritionally complete and support baby’s requirements for a breast-milk substitute. With premium quality ingredients, including protein from grass-fed Australian cow’s milk. Helping your little stars through their first critical steps of life.


From 6 - 12 months

Our follow-on formula provides a complete source as part of a mixed feeding diet, with premium quality ingredients, including protein from grass-fed Australian cow’s milk. Helping your little star keep on shining as they get ready for the challenges of toddlerhood.


From 12 months+

Providing premium nutrition optimized for growing toddlers, such as when they require extra nutrition to what is available from their conventional diet, or when a sole source of nutrition is needed during more challenging periods of development, when their “Opti-5 areas” need a boost.


From 2 - 6 years

Increased requirements for specific nutrients occur at 4-6 yrs, compared to 1-3 years. Our Stage 4 Growing Up formula is designed for 2–6-year-old children and provides 2 different dosage levels for 2-3 years and 4-6 years.

Covering wider age ranges runs the risk of not catering properly to specific age groups, which have their own recommended levels of intake for specific nutrients. This approach has a higher likelihood of providing imbalanced nutrient levels and may not be as safe. For example, catering for younger groups may cause a shortfall in older groups.
We work hard to make sure our formulas are tailored to specific growth phases, rather than a “one size fits all” approach.

Covering wider age ranges runs the risk of not catering properly to specific age groups, which have their own recommended levels of intake for specific nutrients. This approach has a higher likelihood of providing imbalanced nutrient levels and may not be as safe. For example, catering for younger groups may cause a shortfall in older groups.

We work hard to make sure our formulas are tailored to specific growth phases, rather than a “one size fits all” approach.