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Ok. I had to stop laughing when I read the "one star" review before I wrote this. ..YES; this is synthetically derived from the same genome that is present in human milk. Obviously they could not obtain a human beta lactum that would be sustainable in an environment that was not kept under pasteurization. That would require refrigeration, a shorter shelf-life, less viability as amino acids do break down and the efficacy lessens as it is dormant, and not compliant to GMP standards of quality. ..not to mention the FDA wouldn’t approve due to unpredictable environmental changes in climate, and composite changes on a molecular level with the other formulary composites. Scientifically, it is a known fact that bioengineering has brought us so close to nature that we have replicated MANY things that have given us life-longevity, health promotion, and sustainability of a viable shelf life that does not denature from lactophorylation. So they added probiotics; GOOD! Those are natural bacterium, which are normal flora present in the digestive tract. Why is that a bad thing? Oh, because one reviewer doesn’t understand the concept of biomedical science relative to glycolysis?Obviously, without any doubt, this is unarguably a huge digestive innovation. Considering the formulas from generations past, we should BE so lucky to provide probiotics at this stage in development. Do your research or consult your child’s doctor before listening to anyone that has no background in biochemistry. Check it out!
Similac Pro-Advance helps strengthen your baby’s immune system to be more like a breastfed baby than ever before. How? Similac with 2’-FL helps support baby’s developing immune system by closing multiple gaps in immune function* between formula-fed and breast-fed infants. Unlike other formulas, Similac has 2’-FL HMO, a prebiotic that circulates throughout the body. Similac’s biggest breakthrough in nearly a decade comes in two gentle formulas: Similac Pro-Advance and Pro-Sensitive. One 23.2 ounce tub of formula makes 44 4-fluid ounce bottles *As measured in blood samples in a clinical study
Similac Pro-Advance Infant Formula with Iron, with 2′-FL HMO, For Immune Support, Baby Formula, Powder, 23.2 ounces, 6 Count Review
I was a breastfeeding momma for 6 months, so switching to formula was a scary thing for me. After hours of research, I decided to give Similac Pro Advanced a try based on all the reviews I was reading. BOY WERE THEY RIGHT!! My son loves his formula, almost more than he did my milk! He finished every bottle and doesn’t have problems digesting or passing gas. He doesn’t spit up and it appears that he is digesting everything just fine. It was a very smooth transition for my milk to formula as I had been solely pumping for the last several months. He didn’t notice a change in what he was given. I am very happy with this product and I would like to give you the confidence you need as a mom to feel great about feeding it to you baby 🙂 -Read Reviews-
Our daughter was 6 weeks premature and weight only 3 pounds when she was born. She needed to gain weight fast so we were recommended this Similac after we were discharged from the hospital and stopped using the formula for premature babies. We have tried a few different formulas as she had some issues with spitting up, reflux and gas. With this formula, the situation didn’t change much and our pediatrician told me that this is the way how some babies grow, and it doesn’t depend on the formula. When she was 4 months we had no more issues with spitting up, reflux and gas. So I wouldn’t blame the formula about it. In addition, she seemed much more satisfied after feedings and didn`t seem as hungry overall throughout the day and slept longer at night. I especially like that it has an immunity boosting probiotic that claims to strengthen the babys immune system to be more like breast milk. During the first months of her life, she could hardly eat 2 oz during one feeding, so it was a bit of a waste of the expensive formula. But then she did good and ate everything. The only two cons for me was:- the smell, I would never eat it by myself, as it was horrible. – the packaging – my daughter refused to drink it from the nipples which came with formula. So I had to pour it into our Dr. Brown bottle. Looking back (as my daughter is 15-month-old now), probably, I would buy it only for traveling, as this is very convenient. At home, I would use powder. Approximately at 9 months, my daughter refused to eat Similac at all, so we switched to Enfamil. I would definitely recommend this formula for newborns.