WND® 1 and 2
WND 1

WND 1 is an iron-fortified infant formula and medical food powder that is free of nonessential amino acids for infants and toddlers with inborn errors of the urea cycle.

WND 1 infant formula and medical food powder provides the essential amino acids as well as carbohydrates, fat, essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals.

  • DHA and ARA
  • Nonessential amino acid-free
  • Vitamin and mineral levels meet the U.S. Infant Formula Act requirements per 100 Calories
  • Increased levels of B vitamins, compared to routine infant formulas, for cofactor production
  • Vanilla scent
  • Mixes easily and stays in suspension well
  • Increased level of choline, an essential nutrient important for brain development and the normal functioning of cells

WND 1 should only be used under the direct and continuing supervision of a doctor.

Ask your doctor if WND 1 infant formula and medical food powder may be right for your baby.
 

WND 2

WND 2 is an iron-fortified medical food powder that is free of nonessential amino acids for children and adults with inborn errors of the urea cycle (waste nitrogen disorders).

WND 2 medical food powder provides the essential amino acids as well as carbohydrates, fat, essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals.

  • Provides essential amino acids; does not contain nonessential amino acids
  • 8.2 g protein equivalents/100 g powder
  • Suitable for someone with lactose intolerance
  • Vanilla scent
  • Can be easily modified with preferred flavor enhancers
  • Mixes easily and stays in suspension well
  • Vitamin and mineral levels appropriate for children and adults

WND 2 should only be used under the direct and continuing supervision of a doctor.

Ask your doctor if WND 2 medical food powder is right for you or your child.

Call 1-800-BABY123 for more information or to order these products.

While we can't guarantee insurance reimbursement, our dedicated staff will help parents navigate the reimbursement process.

 ¶Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children is a U.S. Department of Agriculture Program. No endorsement of any brand or product by the USDA is implied or intended.

References: 1. Groetch M et. a. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract. 2013;1:323-331. 2. Food and Nutrition Board, National Academy of Sciences, Health and Medicine Deivision. Table: DRI values summary. Available at: http://nationalacademies.org/hmd/~/media/FIles/Report%20Files/2019/DRI-T.... Accessed March 9, 2020.