Similac Alimentum is backed by over 50 research studies.
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† Based on a clinical study with Similac Alimentum Ready to Feed (without DHA/ARA, 2'-FL HMO, lutein, and beta-carotene) in a small group of infants experiencing colic symptoms due to cow’s milk protein sensitivity. Data on File, Study AC84, August 2004. Abbott Nutrition; Columbus, Ohio.
‡ Based on product label of 12.6-oz can, November 2021.
§ Results based on parental observation in a nonrandomized, single-group tolerance study of a small number of subjects, after feeding Similac Alimentum (without DHA/ARA, 2'-FL HMO, lutein, and beta-carotene) for 15 days.
|| Data on file. Similac Alimentum. 2018. Results based on parental observation in a non-randomized, single group study of a small number of subjects (n=18 at Visit 1 and Visit 2), after feeding Alimentum (without DHA/ARA, 2'-FL HMO, lutein, and beta-carotene) for 15 days.
References: 1. Borschel MW, et al. Open Nutr J. 2015;9(1):1-4. 2. Kerzner B, et al. Pediatr Res. 1983; 17-191A. Abstract. 3. Anderson TA, et al, Carbohydrate. In: Fomon SJ. Infant Nutrition. 2nd ed. Philadelphia.
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