GoodSense® Gentle® Infant Formula offers nutrients found in breast milk. Compare to the nutrition of Enfamil® Gentlease® 1, GoodSense® Gentle® Infant Formula is a milk-based infant formula that is nutritionally balanced and has whey-predominant protein that has been partially broken and one-fourth the lactose of a standard milk-based formula. This easy-to-digest formula helps with baby’s fussiness, gas, and crying. It supports cognitive, social, motor and communication development, and features DHA and Choline, which may support brain and eye development.
GoodSense® Infant Formula and Quality: There's No Compromise
Make the Switch
Switching formula brands – either from one name brand formula to another or switching from a name brand to GoodSense® formula – is safe. In fact, a study by a University of Virginia research team proved that infants did not have tolerance issues when switched from one brand of formula to another. The clinical study also demonstrated that switching gradually is not advantageous versus immediately switching formula. Ask your pediatrician about switching to GoodSense® formula. 3
Infant Formula FAQs
What is DHA?
DHA is short for docosahexaenoic acid, an omega-3 fatty acid that is found in breast milk and is generally recognized as safe for use in infant formula.
Why is it important for my baby?
Some studies have concluded that DHA may support brain and eye development.
Ingredient Source Information · Produced and Packaged in the USA
Your baby’s health depends on carefully following these preparation, use and storage instructions. Failure to follow these instructions could result in severe harm. Before preparing the infant formula, make sure to always wash your hands. Thoroughly wash bottle and feeding utensils in hot, soapy water before each use. Ask your baby’s doctor about the need to boil or sterilize water for formula and the proper preparation of bottle and feeding utensils.
1. Pour desired amount of warm water (approx. 100°F/40°C) into bottle. (See Feeding Chart on label packaging.)
2. Add powder. Always add powder to water. Store scoop by sliding handle of DRY scoop into slot located in the upper left corner above the powder.
3. Cap bottle and shake well until powder is dissolved. Feed immediately. Discard any remaining formula in bottle after 1 hour from start of feeding.
WARNING: DO NOT USE MICROWAVE TO PREPARE OR WARM FORMULA. SERIOUS BURNS MAY OCCUR.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: BREAST MILK IS BEST FOR BABIES. Before using an infant formula, ask the advice of your healthcare professional. This milk-based infant formula is nutritionally balanced and has whey-predominant protein. It is easy to digest, has partially broken down whey protein and ¼ the lactose of a standard milk-based formula. For term infants experiencing fussiness or gas. Powdered infant formulas are NOT sterile and should NOT be fed to premature infants or infants who might have immune problems unless directed and supervised by your baby’s doctor.
Storage: Store unused prepared formula in the refrigerator at 35-40°F (2-4°C); use within 24 hours. DO NOT FREEZE. Warm infant formula to room temperature and shake well before feeding. Prepared formula should not be without refrigeration more than 2 hours. Store open and unopened containers in a dry area at room temperature. Close the opened container tightly with plastic cap; use contents within 1 month. Avoid any extreme temperatures. DO NOT REUSE CONTAINER. DO NOT USE IF INNER OR OUTER SEAL IS DAMAGED OR MISSING.
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1 Enfamil® and Gentlease® are registered trademarks of Mead Johnson & Co. GoodSense® Gentle® Infant Formula is NOT made by or affiliated with Mead Johnson & Co. GoodSense® Gentle® is a registered trademark of PBM Products, LLC.
2 *AlphalmpactRx Survey February 2015
3 The Safety of Formula Switching for Infants, Cynthia M. Barber, Ph.D., Amanda Tusing, Lisa Kisamore, Beth Lawton, PNP**, Margaret Steele-Kosowitz, RN** and James Sutphen, M.D., Ph.D.** Perrigo Nutritionals **University of Virginia School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics. Study revealed no statistically significant difference in tolerance variables if infants are switched to a new infant formula.