It’s not uncommon for babies to spit up frequently as their digestive systems develop. Sometimes a change In formula can make all the difference. Enfamil A.R. Is clinically proven* to reduce frequent spit-up. Enfamil A.R. Is designed to help reduce spit-up due to its thicker consistency, yet easily flow through the nipple. That way, babies can get— and keep— the complete nutrition they need to grow and develop, helping them reach key milestones. Recommended age: Newborn to 12 months Features:#1 Brand of formula for spit-up**provides more balanced nutrition than adding rice cereal to formula includes a blend of prebiotic for digestive health expert-recommended levels of DHA and ARA to support baby’s BRAIN and eye development. Use the product selector at our Enfamil Shop to find the right product to meet your baby’s nutritional needs. The formula for spit-up defined as rice-thickened formula**based on a clinical study of Enfamil A.R. Infant Formula before the addition of DHA, ARA, and prebiotic with infants who spit up frequently (5 or more spit-ups per day), comparing frequency and volume of spit-up after feeding Enfamil A.R. To the same babies at the beginning of the study.
- REDUCES SPIT UPS: Enfamil A.R. spit up baby formula with Iron is a gentle milk powder formula made with rice starch. Clinically proven to reduce frequent spit up by over 50% in 1 week
- BRAIN NOURISHING DHA: Has DHA to help support brain and eye development. Fat is 5.1 gram per 100 Calories
- DUAL PREBIOTIC FORMULA: Gentle milk formula with prebiotics & vitamins for immune health and complete nutrition tailored for your baby’s growth through their first 12 months
- PROPRIETARY TRIPLE HEALTH GUARD BLEND: Contains DHA to help support brain development, prebiotics and vitamins to help support immune health, and 30 total nutrients to complement the diet
- COMPLETE BABY NUTRITION: Easy to digest proteins with benefits of rice cereal without the hassle or nutritional imbalance
- TOP BRAND OF FORMULA FOR SPIT-UP/COMMON REFLUX: Meets reflux reduction guidelines, as set by the American Academy of Pediatrics
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