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by Fiona Mihael (2020-10-16)

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Choosing the Best Formula For Your Baby

Similac vs enfamil : Which one is best for your baby? This is a question many parents need to ask themselves when they are expecting a child. This is especially true when your baby's health is at stake.

Enfamil is a natural formula that is made from all-natural ingredients such as fruits and vegetables, minerals and vitamins. Similac, on the other hand, is primarily made up of cornstarch and wheat. Both formulas have their pros and cons. However, this article will show you how Enfamil will win in the long run.

Best Formula For Your Baby

One of the reasons why Enfamil wins in this battle is because of its ingredients - specifically its "Enfamil-Dry Blend", which is specially formulated to fight cavities, fight bacteria and protect your baby's teeth from developing cavities and bad breath. Similac on the other hand has no added ingredients that can fight cavities, so it will depend mostly on the parent's personal preference.

Another great feature of Enfamil is that it has been certified to contain the maximum percentage of nutrients required by infants and toddlers. Similac, on the other hand, only contains the minimum necessary percentages. If you choose Enfamil, you will not have to worry about low nutrients in your baby's formula. On the other hand, if you choose Similac, you will have to worry about that.

Enfamil is also certified to be safe for breastfeeding mothers. This means that even though breastfeeding is the main source of nourishment for your baby, Enfamil can still help with your baby's nutrition needs. Similac, on the other hand, is still approved for breast feeding but still has a lot to work on.

Similac also does not contain any kind of preservatives or additives, so there is no chance that your baby will be allergic to them. If you are a mother who is looking for the perfect formula for your baby, then Enfamil will win hands down.

Of course, Enfamil and Similac both have their drawbacks, especially for parents who have several babies to feed. It takes a lot of time to prepare a healthy formula for these babies. It also takes more than just mixing Enfamil and Similac and giving them to your baby.

Also, both Similac and Enfamil are very expensive. Therefore, you may have a hard time finding a formula that is affordable and good enough for you and your family's budget.

I hope that you have found this article informative, so that you will be able to make an informed decision about the best formula for your baby. You should know that Similac can also help you give a healthy life for your child, especially if you choose a bottle-fed baby formula.


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