Formula Options to Support Baby's Growth and Development

Routine Formulas

Similac® 360 Total Care®*

The only routine infant formula with a blend of 5 HMO prebiotics, our closest prebiotic blend to that in breast milk.

Pure Bliss® by Similac®*

Imported from Europe; starts with fresh milk from grass-fed cows, and has prebiotics (GOS) for digestive health, nucleotides for immune support, and brain-nourishing DHA.

Gentle Formulas

Similac® 360 Total Care® Sensitive*

Gentle nutrition for fussiness and gas due to lactose sensitivity; the only sensitive formula with a blend of 5 HMO prebiotics.

Similac Pro-Total Comfort®*

Gentle formula with partially hydrolyzed protein for easy digestion and 2'-FL HMO for immune support.

Specialized Formulas

Similac® Alimentum®

The first and only extensively hydrolyzed, hypoallergenic infant formula with 2'-FL HMO for immune support; designed for food allergies and colic symptoms due to protein sensitivity; starts reducing excessive crying due to cow’s milk protein sensitivity in most infants within 24 hours.

EleCare®

Hypoallergenic, amino acid-based formula for infants who cannot tolerate intact or hydrolyzed protein.

Similac® NeoSure®*

Enriched-nutrition,§ post-discharge baby formula for premature infants; promotes excellent catch-up growth1 during a premature baby’s first 12 months of life.

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* Not for infants or children with galactosemia.

Alimentum starts reducing colic symptoms due to cow’s milk protein sensitivity in most infants within 24 hours.

Based on a clinical study with Alimentum Ready to Feed without DHA, ARA, 2'-FL HMO, lutein and beta-carotene. A crossover clinical study of infants experiencing colic symptoms due to cow’s milk protein sensitivity showed 5 of 6 infants initiated on Alimentum during the first week achieved a reduction in excessive crying. Data on File, Study AC84, August 2004. Abbott Nutrition, Columbus, Ohio.

§ Increased protein, vitamins, and minerals compared to term infant formula. 

Reference: 1. Carver JD, et al. Pediatrics. 2001;107(4):683-689.

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