New Ingredient in Baby Formula is Helping Close the Gap Even More Between Breast and Bottle Fed

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Sponsored Content by Enfamil

Deciding the best way to feed a new baby is a very personal choice for a parent. Whether choosing to breastfeed, formula-feed or supplement, every parent or caregiver’s priority is to ensure infants get the best nutrition possible during their first year of life – a critical time for brain development. 
 
For decades, scientists have studied human milk to understand its complexities, and more closely mirror its composition and functionalities for infant formula. 
 
The outcome? The first infant formula in the U.S. to add Milk Fat Globule Membrane (MFGM) as an ingredient. This brain-building fat-protein blend is clinically shown to help close the gap in cognitive development between formula-fed and breastfed infants. It also offers brain-building benefits similar to breast milk, helping more babies reach critical milestones in the first year of life.

WEBSITE: Enfamil Baby Formula

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