Good Start Soothe™, Baby Formula for Sensitive Tummies
GOOD START SOOTHE is the first and only baby formula with L. reuteri. Made to nourish fussy bellies.
GOOD START SOOTHE with probiotic L. reuteri gives babies what no other formula can
Only GOOD START formulas have COMFORT PROTEINS. They’re 100% whey proteins that have been partially broken down with your baby’s tiny tummy in mind – and they have been scientifically shown to help promote softer poop.*,1
2’-FL is a prebiotic similar to those in breast milk and is shown to help support digestive health and the developing immune system.3-5
DHA & REDUCED LACTOSE
GOOD START SOOTHE has expert recommended levels of DHA2, an Omega 3 fat, which contributes to your baby’s normal physical brain and eye development. Plus, it contains 30% less lactose compared to other GOOD START milk-based infant formulas.
Over 90% of parents
who switched to GOOD START SOOTHE said their baby was less fussy after the first feed.**,6
Why do babies cry?
When you’re a new parent your baby’s cries can be overwhelming. Remember it’s a new world outside the womb and your little one is adjusting to his new surroundings. Even knowing this, you may still be left wondering "WHY is my baby crying?" Crying is your baby’s way of talking to you and is a normal part of his growth and development; don’t fear it, learn from it.
Tips for colic relief | Colic Symptoms & Relief
Infantile colic is characterized by intense, uncontrolled crying or fussing in an otherwise healthy and well-fed baby. Colic affects up to 20% of infants, and usually subsides around 3 months of age. Both breastfed and formula-fed babies may develop colic.
^ More Pediatricians trust GOOD START as the most well-tolerated routine infant formula than any other brand. June 2022. Data on file.
* Compared to intact protein formulas.
**Infants were exclusively formula fed.
1 Storm H, et al. Glob Pediatr Health. 2019;6:1-10 5.
2 ADA/DC. J Am Diet Assoc. 2007;107:1599-1611.
3 Storm H, et al. Glob Pediatr Health. 2019;6:1-10.
4 Bode L, et al. Glycobiology. 2012;22(2):1147-1162.
5 Goehring K, et al. PLoS One. 2016;146(12):2559-2566.
6 Czerkies L, et coll. J Pediatr Health and Nutr. 2019;1(1):19-26.
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