What is Similac Sensitive made of?

What is Similac Sensitive made of?

Corn Syrup, Milk Protein Isolate, High Oleic Safflower Oil, Sugar, Soy Oil, Coconut Oil.

Does Similac Pro sensitive have sugar?

It’s the closest to breast milk among all Similac formulas. It doesn’t have corn syrup. It has no added sugars.

How much lactose is in Similac Sensitive?

0.1 g lactose
Due to lactose sensitivity. Typical value 0.1 g lactose/100 kcal compared to Similac® Advance® (11 g lactose/100 kcal).

What is the difference between regular and sensitive formula?

Sensitive formulas are typically lactose free, or contain limited lactose, and have a higher whey to casein ratio to closely mimic breast milk. They may also contain partially broken down whey protein (Gerber Good Start), which is thought to be easier to digest and may decrease gas production.

Does Similac Sensitive have dairy?

Easy to digest†, Similac® Sensitive® Lactose Sensitivity is a nutritionally complete† formula that is specially designed for babies who are sensitive to lactose. It is also non-GMO* and made with milk from cows not treated with artificial growth hormones. † Similar to other infant formulas.

What is different about Similac Sensitive?

They both have the same nutrient, mineral, and vitamin content, except for inositol. Similac Pro-Sensitive contains more inositol (24 mg) compared with Similac Sensitive (4.3 mg). There has been no recall for Similac Pro-Sensitive for any health or manufacturing issues.

Why does Similac Sensitive have corn syrup?

Lactose is the carbohydrate found in breast milk and in many cow’s milk-based infant formulas. Formulas for sensitive babies often use a different carbohydrate, like corn maltodextrin or corn syrup for babies with lactose sensitivity.

Is Similac Sensitive easy to digest?

Similac Sensitive* is an easy-to-digest, milk-based infant formula designed for sensitive tummies. It’s complete nutrition for fussiness,† gas,† or mild spit-up. Our formula has our exclusive blend of nutrients to help support baby’s brain and eye development.

What makes Similac Sensitive different?

What is this? They both have the same nutrient, mineral, and vitamin content, except for inositol. Similac Pro-Sensitive contains more inositol (24 mg) compared with Similac Sensitive (4.3 mg). There has been no recall for Similac Pro-Sensitive for any health or manufacturing issues.

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