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Enfamil PREMIUM Infant Formula, Ready to Use
4.32 / 5 based on 68 Reviews
Enfamil PREMIUM Infant Formula is complete nutrition tailored to meet the nutritional needs of infants through 12 months of age. Closer to breast milk than ever before, it is the first & only infant formula to have the same amount of brain-nourishing inositol & Omega-3 DHA* as found in breast milk, which is twice the amount of DHA as Similac Pro-Advance†. Enfamil PREMIUM Infant Formula is also non-GMO‡. *The average worldwide levels in mature breast milk over the course of lactation of inositol: 22mg/100kcal; and DHA: .032% of total fatty acids. †Enfamil has not been shown superior to Similac Pro-Advance. Enfamil DHA = 0.32% of total fatty acids; Similac DHA = 0.15%. ‡Not made with genetically engineered ingredients, but trace amounts of genetically engineered material may be present in the product from manufacturing environments and process sources. For more information, www.enfamil/com/non-GMO
- Complete nutrition for babies through 12 months in a non-GMO formulation* *Not made with genetically engineered ingredients, but trace amounts of genetically engineered material may be present in the product from manufacturing environments and process sources. For more information, www.enfamil/com/non-GMO
- The same amount of brain-nourishing inositol & DHA as found in breast milk† †The average worldwide levels in mature breast milk over the course of lactation of inositol: 22 mg/100 kcal; and DHA: 0.32% of total fatty acids
- Enfamil is the #1 pediatrician-recommended formula brand
- Convenient, ready-to-use bottles that's the perfect for on-the-go
WATER, NONFAT MILK, LACTOSE, VEGETABLE OIL (PALM OLEIN, SOY, COCONUT, AND HIGH OLEIC SUNFLOWER OILS), AND LESS THAN 2%: GALACTOOLIGOSACCHARIDES‡, POLYDEXTROSE‡, MORTIERELLA ALPINA OIL§, CRYPTHECODINIUM COHNII OIL||, WHEY PROTEIN CONCENTRATE, POTASSIUM CITRATE, CALCIUM CARBONATE, CALCIUM PHOSPHATE, MAGNESIUM PHOSPHATE, CALCIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, FERROUS SULFATE, SODIUM CITRATE, ZINC SULFATE, CUPRIC SULFATE, MANGANESE SULFATE, POTASSIUM IODIDE, SODIUM SELENITE, MONO- AND DIGLYCERIDES, ASCORBIC ACID, SODIUM ASCORBATE, VITAMIN E ACETATE, NIACINAMIDE, CALCIUM PANTOTHENATE, VITAMIN A PALMITATE, THIAMIN HYDROCHLORIDE, RIBOFLAVIN, VITAMIN B6 HYDROCHLORIDE, FOLIC ACID, VITAMIN K1, BIOTIN, VITAMIN D3, VITAMIN B12, SOY LECITHIN, CARRAGEENAN, CHOLINE CHLORIDE, INOSITOL, NUCLEOTIDES (CYTIDINE 5’-MONOPHOSPHATE, DISODIUM URIDINE 5’-MONOPHOSPHATE, ADENOSINE 5’-MONOPHOSPHATE, DISODIUM GUANOSINE 5’-MONOPHOSPHATE), TAURINE, L-CARNITINE.
‡A TYPE OF PREBIOTIC
§A SOURCE OF ARACHIDONIC ACID (ARA)
||A SOURCE OF DOCOSAHEXAENOIC ACID (DHA)
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- "I recommend these all the time, doesn't matter which kind you get, but it helps lighten your diaper bag load!" in 2 reviews
- "And it was easy to switch back to breast milk after using this brand." in 1 review
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Since the day my daughter was born we started with the formula Similac and that didn't do her to well. She suffered from bloating and she always would get air in her belly, as well as she wouldn't be able to to poop. But we changed to Enfamil and everything went smoothly and she started to poop more often. I love this company.
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I got these from the hospital. I had planned to only breastfeed my baby, but wasn't producing enough milk so they gave us a couple boxes of this to take home. I've been feeding him it in addition to breast milk. Not as good as breast but easy to use. Just shake, pop the lid and fit a nipple on top and it's good to go.
Enfamil sent these to me before I had my baby and they were a life saver when I was waiting for my milk to come in. My son was starving to the point of gut wrenching screams and I'd give him an ounce of this stuff -- he'd instantly calm down. Kind of expensive, but really worth it if you're desperate for a filler as you wait for your milk. Enfamil is generous and sends coupons almost every month which helps a lot. With those coupons, you save a lot -- you're practically buying the best formula for the price of the cheapest one on the shelf with them.
My son is EBF but I had an emergency and had to supplement for a couple of days. This type of formula mixes very well with breast milk. Creates a smooth, not at all chunky substance like I have seen some others do. It was very gentle on his tummy, did not cause any issues which I was afraid of since this was his first time taking formula. Love the individual bottles. Great for travel and less chance of wasting. We only used 3 of the bottles so we have some left over in case another emergency occurs in the future. Decent price and something I feel safe giving my little one.
When it comes to convenience, there is NO topping this product. Having the ability to toss a few in the diaper bag until you need it is a lifesaver. I like that they come with their own nipple you can stick in the bag and just screw onto the container. The reason I gave 4 stars instead of 5 is because I have to be a little slower with how I give it to my baby or she experiences some tummy upset with it (it's not fun to have a baby guzzle it down and then promptly puke it back up), but not enough to prevent us from using the product.
I used these when my daughter was a newborn. These did not exist when my other three children were born, so I really appreciate them. I was sick and had surgery right after birth so my husband was able to use these to feed her without having to mix things. They are also great on the go. It's so much simpler to just pull out a bottle and slap a nipple on it than try to mix something in a busy or dirty place. The only thing they are not good for is older children. It's a very small amount of formula, so after a few months baby will require two, three, or more which would get really expensive.
These are great for on-the-go. I don't use them unless we leave the house, because they're a little on the expensive side ($10.98 Walmart). I do however, like these better than the Toddler Next Step Ready-to-Drink cartons.
These are handy with newborns. We used them in the hospital and then they gave us some. The only issue is that once it is opened you have to throw them away so if the baby doesn't drink majority of it it has to go, i think the formula you mix had a little bit longer time frame but you can control how much you make. I also hate that they recommend you don't reuse the bottle or nipple- would be nice if they were reusable.
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So here's my question, for a newborn who only eats 3-4 ounces, if you take this on the go. You pour the half into a bottle- what do you do with the rest since you can't refrigerate it and can't use if for long after opening it without it being refrigerated?
Is there a difference between enfamil and no name formula
Is this good for babies with sensitive stomachs?
Newborn formula and infant Formula, what's the difference?
How many people use this? I need to supplement so I am not sure how to go about this stuff. Powder formula seems way to yuck.
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