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    GOOD START SOOTHE Baby Formula

    The first and only formula with L. reuteri, designed with extra comfort in mind for babies with tummy troubles.

    Available in two sizes (550g and 942g)

     

    For infants 0 months and up

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      Our most tummy sensitive formula. GOOD START SOOTHE Powder Baby Formula is the first and only formula with L. reuteri, and designed with extra comfort in mind. Tummy friendly and easy to digest*, GOOD START SOOTHE  has COMFORT PROTEINS, which are 100% whey proteins that are partially broken down using our unique process for small tummies. GOOD START SOOTHE also has a reduced level of lactose**, and contains DHA, an Omega 3 fat that contributes to your baby’s normal physical brain & eye development.

      Over 90% of parents who switched to GOOD START SOOTHE said their baby was less fussy after the first feed¥,1.

       *Like all infant formulas.
       
      **30% less lactose compared to other GOOD START milk-based infant formulas.
       
      ¥Infants were exclusively formula fed; Canadian formulation differs slightly from the GOOD START SOOTHE formula used in the study.
       
      1Czerkies L et al. (2019) Use of a Partially Hydrolyzed 100% Whey-Based Infant Formula with Lactobacillus Reuteri in Infants with Caregiver-Perceived Intolerance. Journal of Pediatric Health And Nutrition. 1(1):19-26.
       
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