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on October 16, 2016
Ok. I had to stop laughing when I read the "one star" review before I wrote this...

YES; this is synthetically derived from the same genome that is present in human milk. Obviously they could not obtain a human beta lactum that would be sustainable in an environment that was not kept under pasteurization. That would require refrigeration, a shorter shelf-life, less viability as amino acids do break down and the efficacy lessens as it is dormant, and not compliant to GMP standards of quality...not to mention the FDA wouldn't approve due to unpredictable environmental changes in climate, and composite changes on a molecular level with the other formulary composites. Scientifically, it is a known fact that bioengineering has brought us so close to nature that we have replicated MANY things that have given us life-longevity, health promotion, and sustainability of a viable shelf life that does not denature from lactophorylation. So they added probiotics; GOOD! Those are natural bacterium, which are normal flora present in the digestive tract. Why is that a bad thing? Oh, because one reviewer doesn't understand the concept of biomedical science relative to glycolysis?

Obviously, without any doubt, this is unarguably a huge digestive innovation. Considering the formulas from generations past, we should BE so lucky to provide probiotics at this stage in development. Do your research or consult your child's doctor before listening to anyone that has no background in biochemistry.
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on January 16, 2018
Moms, let go of the guilt and buy this miracle powder that will nourish your baby and help him/her thrive. Don't listen to those other moms that try to passive aggressively shame you. When you're in that restaurant and hunger strikes your baby, take out your go-to miracle powder transporter, poor it into that water filled bottle, look that judgy witch straight in the eye and shake that bottle like you mean it! Sometimes, breastfeeding doesn't work out, so do the next best thing and get this stuff.

My baby is on a mixture of this and breast milk since I can't seem to pump enough for him. He has no gas issues and is never fussy. Great product!
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on November 9, 2016
I was a breastfeeding momma for 6 months, so switching to formula was a scary thing for me. After hours of research, I decided to give Similac Pro Advanced a try based on all the reviews I was reading. BOY WERE THEY RIGHT!! My son loves his formula, almost more than he did my milk! He finished every bottle and doesn't have problems digesting or passing gas. He doesn't spit up and it appears that he is digesting everything just fine. It was a very smooth transition for my milk to formula as I had been solely pumping for the last several months. He didn't notice a change in what he was given. I am very happy with this product and I would like to give you the confidence you need as a mom to feel great about feeding it to you baby :)
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on April 26, 2018
We've been using this to supplement for months. My LO has always taken it well. I don't necessarily mean taste. She definitely prefers breastmilk but no formula can adequately mimic the taste and variety of breast milk. I like that this is non GMO. I am assuming the older variety also didn't have artificial growth hormones but it wasn't necessarily labeled that way. This has never caused her any GI distress switching between this and breastmilk and when we were using about 4oz or less per day, her diapers were very similar to an exclusively breastfed baby. Weve really liked this formula and it's worked well for us.
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on October 20, 2016
This is, so far that I've found, the only formula that seems to generate a stool similar to that of a breast fed baby (visually speaking). It is also important to note that this formula didn't produce any colic reactions. So this is about the extent of what I can say for sure about my experience since I can't run labs or exchange notes with my baby.
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on October 19, 2017
Easy transition from neosure for my micro-preemie. I'm obsessed with the "single tub" design. The scoop sits on the inside of the lid, so you don't have to dig your fingers in the formula to get it out. Also, it makes dispensing it a lot cleaner since the scoop isn't covered in powder.
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on May 22, 2018
We have been using similac for 6 months now. The product is great. Our baby is healthy and growing at a normal rate. He does not spit up this formula very often. If he does it is more of a dribble.

We were greatly interested in this product due to HMO which makes this formula more similar to breast milk. We feel that this has helped keep our baby healthy and have a strong immune system.

With our first son we used enfamil which he spit up all the time. Similac is working much better for us this time around.

The only reason I gave this product four stars instead of five is because occasionally the containers have dents in them after shipping. They have never been open or broken just dent. (I always check the seals when I receive the product to be sure).

I am subscribed to this product and receive it each month on time.
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VINE VOICEon April 3, 2018
Non gmo. My baby loves this!! All of the important minerals and vitamins are in this. I tried so many products out there only similar non gmo works for my son. He also use to have slight acid reflux and this is the only formula that he accepted. He is very healthy. He is now 11 months old and I don’t even remember him being sick at all. Thank you.
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on January 25, 2018
Since my son started on this brand (switched from Neosure) he has been so much less gassy. He used to have a hard time passing (grunting, straining) but I haven’t noticed any of that since using this brand.
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on January 8, 2018
I spend more money on the simple packs because they're less of a hassle when you don't have to carefully dig out the measuring spoon and find somewhere to set the lid (all of our surfaces seem to be dirty and cluttered all the time). We tried another formula that got really foamy and smelled like fish, but ended up going back to this one.
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