Infant Formula Comparisons: Which Is Best?

Enfagrow A+ Stage 3 Baby Formula Milk Powder 360DHA+
Enfagrow A+ Stage 3 Baby Formula Milk Powder 360DHA+
Enfagrow A+ Stage 3 Baby Formula Milk Powder 360DHA+
Enfagrow A+ Stage 3 Baby Formula Milk Powder 360DHA+

Enfragrow is one of the most common recommendation by our mums on theAsianparent Community. Enfa has a range of products that suit the nutritional needs of babies and older kids alike.

Enfagrow is growing up milk formula for toddlers aged between 1 and 3 years. It is fortified with DHA and ARA, which are very important nutrients for brain and eye development in babies.

It contains choline, a nutrient that promotes overall mental function. It also has GOS which is a prebiotic. In addition to these, Enfagrow is also formulated with Zinc + Iron to support your baby's natural defences.

Learn more about Enfagrow here.

Frisolac Gold Stage 2

Friso has a range of formula milk specially designed to meet the nutritional needs of babies to kids 3 years and above.

Frisolac Gold Stage 2 contains a perfect mix of probiotics & prebiotics (for digestive health), nucleotides (an essential ingredient for normal cell function and growth in babies) and DHA and AA (important ingredients for brain and eye development).

Frisolac Gold Stage 2 is suitable for babies 6 months and above.

NAN Optipro

NAN Optipro is specially formulated for babies 6 months and older. It includes BL Bifidus, which is a blend of naturally active bacteria that helps promote a healthy intestinal tract.

DHA and ARA, which are two essential fatty acids, and OPTI PRO2, which helps ensure your baby gets the right amount of protein for your baby's development, are also found in NAN Optipro. 

What's more NAN formula milk products are 25-Percentage lower in sugar and 25-Percentage higher in calcium than regular growing-up milk.

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Similac is next on our best infant formulas list, with its range of infant to toddler formulas. Similac has a host of nutrient blends such as Eye-Q Plus Intelli-Pro, Immunify Ingredients and ProCalci Formulations which help fulfil some of your child’s specific nutritional needs.

Compared to other formula brands, Similac doesn’t contain palm olein oil, and contains more than 80% added Lutein, which is an important nutrient for eye and brain development.

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S-26 Promil Gold

S-26’s Promil Gold is a follow-on formula for babies aged 6 months and older. It has a unique blend of nutrients that are specially formulated to supplement your baby’s nutrition, especially those who are being weaned.

The special blend of nutrients include oligofructose, which is a prebiotic that may promote a healthy digestive system; taurine to help develop overall mental and physical health; inositol which supports important biological functions; choline, DHA and AA to help with mental health; and calcium which, as we know, helps strengthen bones.

Mums looking for the best infant formulas may also be pleased to know that Promil Gold is also Sucrose-free.

Dumex’s Mamil Gol

Dumex’s Mamil Gold has a range of formulas suitable for babies through to 6-year-olds.

In addition to containing the one of the highest amounts of prebiotics in follow-up milk formula brands sold here, Mamil Gold also has a tailor-made blend of nutrients that is a perfect supplement for your baby who may have been introduced to solids.

Mamil Gold also contains DHA & ARA (vital for brain development), Omega 3 & 6, taurine and choline (for mental and physical development), calcium, vitamins A, C, D & E, iron and phosphorus, among others. 

Is it time for formula milk? What do you think are the best milk formulas around? Come share in the comments!

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Minoli Almeida

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