Why Use Enfamil Gentlease Lipil?

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Why Use Enfamil Gentlease Lipil?
Fussy Baby? Maybe it's time to try a new infant formula. ("Funny Face 2" is Copyrighted by Flickr user: Boy27wonder (Christopher Patterson) under the Creative Commons Attribution license.)

Some babies are not picky; they will take breast milk or formula and do not mind switching brands. Other babies are choosy and can drive parents a little bit crazy trying to figure out what type of formula to offer. One option is Enfamil Gentlease, a formula that claims to be best for fussy babies. Remember, breast milk is almost always the best option, but if your baby needs formula and seems picky, Gentlease could be a good option.

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Why Use Enfamil Gentlease Lipil?
Fussy Baby? Maybe it's time to try a new infant formula. ("Funny Face 2" is Copyrighted by Flickr user: Boy27wonder (Christopher Patterson) under the Creative Commons Attribution license.)

Proteins

Breast milk breaks down easily in the baby's stomach without causing irritation. Enfamil Gentlease is made with proteins that are easier to digest than regular milk-based formula, making it closer to breast milk.

Lactose Levels

This formula has only twenty per cent as much lactose as regular baby formula. High levels of lactose can cause gas and pain for many babies.

Soy Comparison

Many parents switch to soy when the baby has trouble digesting cow's milk formula. Soy formulas do not have all the nutritional benefits babies need. Gentlease has all the benefits of regular milk-based formula.

Added Nutrients

Gentlease has added nutrients--DHA and ARA. These nutrients help baby's brain and eye development. DHA and ARA are found in breast milk in the same average concentrations as in Enfamil's Gentlease.

Rave Reviews

Parents seem to be pleased with Gentlease. They claim it reduces gas and nearly eighty per cent mentioned less constipation. Many parents say they like the thinner texture of the formula, which they say is closer to the texture of breast milk.

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