Gerber Good Start Soy Infant and Toddler Formula Stage 3, 24 Ounce Reviews

Gerber Good Start Soy Infant and Toddler Formula Stage 3, 24 Ounce

Gerber Good Start Soy Infant  and  Toddler Formula Stage 3, 24 Ounce

  • Four 24 ounce containers. One 24 ounce container – Makes 42, 4 fluid ounce bottles
  • Stage 3, 9-24 months: Milk and lactose-free nutrition made with soy proteins to ease digestion for tummies that are milk or lactose intolerant
  • Expert-recommended DHA
  • Non GMO – No genetically modified ingredients
  • Gerber is a leader in infant and early childhood nutrition. Have questions? We are awake when you are 24/7: 1-800-284-9488

Common feeding issues like gas and fussiness can be attributed to your child’s developing digestive system but may also be due to milk or lactose intolerance. Stage 3 Gerber Good Start Soy formula helps to avoid fussiness and gas due to milk or lactose intolerance for digestive comfort while providing complete nutrition. Comfort for your child means happiness for all.

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  • March 12, 2017 at 6:23 am
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good for older babies (9m+), March 1, 2017
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    New Mommy (Columbia Falls, MT United States) –

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    This review is from: Gerber Good Start Soy Infant and Toddler Formula Stage 3, 24 Ounce (Grocery)
    My baby is already 15 months old and still refusing to eat too much solids, so he is living on formula, and only soy formula because he won’t drink cow formula (but isn’t allergic). I’ve been feeding him Similac Isomil, but it’s rather expensive and this Gerber brand is about 40% cheaper. It is non-GMO (says so along top edge of can). My baby seems to like it just as well as Isomil. I stir the formula into cow milk to feed him. Please note Dr. Sears’ advice about soy formula as follows:

    “Soy formulas:
    Should not be routinely used in infants with a family history of milk allergy in hopes of preventing later allergy.
    Should not be as a substitute for cow’s milk-based formulas unless baby has been proven to be allergic to cow’s milk-based formulas.
    Should not be used to prevent or treat “colic” unless advised by your doctor.
    Should not be used in preterm or small-for-date babies.
    He also says, “Even though we discourage the use of soy formula as a first-choice artificial baby milk, in some babies it is a necessary alternative to cow’s milk-based formulas… studies have shown that healthy term babies grow JUST AS WELL on soy as they do on cow’s-milk-based formulas.”

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