Monday , July 13th 2020
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Similac For Spit-Up NON-GMO Infant Formula with Iron, Powder, 1.41 lb

Product Features:

    Similar infant Formula is specially formulated with rice starch and is clinically shown to reduce spit-up in healthy infants by 54%*. our baby formula includes OptiGRO, our exclusive blend of DHA, Lutein and Vitamin E to help support your baby's overall growth, brain, eye and immune system development. *Reduced…
Price as on: 2020-02-20 07:55:08
28.99  

Product Description

Similar infant Formula is specially formulated with rice starch and is clinically shown to reduce spit-up in healthy infants by 54%*. our baby formula includes OptiGRO, our exclusive blend of DHA, Lutein and Vitamin E to help support your baby’s overall growth, brain, eye and immune system development. *Reduced frequency among 2 month old healthy infants compared to a standard milk-based formula (lasekan jb et al. J AM Coll Nutr. 2014; 33(2): 136-146)

Product Features

  • Similac is the first infant Formula brand with no artificial growth hormone (no significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rbst-treated and non-rbST-treated cows)
  • Similar infant Formula is a nutritionally complete formula specially formulated with rice starch and clinically shown to reduce spit-up in healthy infants by 54%* (Reduces frequency among 2 month old healthy infants compared to a standard milk-based formula (lasekan jb et al. J am coll nuts. 2014; 33(2): 136-146). not for infants and children with galactosemia)
  • Nutrients: features OptiGRO, our exclusive blend of DHA, Lutein and Vitamin E, special nutrients found in breast milk that are important for helping support baby’s BRAIN and eye development
  • Trusted formula: Similac is the #1 brand chosen by moms**** (****total us infant Formula, All outlets as of 3/31/2018, Nielsen data)
  • Because of the rice starch, our baby formula mixes a little more slowly with water and may look more “grainy” Than other Similac formulas. This is not a product defect and should not cause an issue when feeding through a nipple