Despite widespread scientific agreement that DHA is an important nutrient, some organic formulas do not have DHA. When considering the infant formula that’s best for you and your baby, make sure it has DHA, an important nutrient that helps support brain growth.
Below are three articles written by experts with no affiliation with Enfamil®, that explore the pros and cons of organic formula.
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The Formula Debate: Organic vs. Traditional
Posted on March 28, 2012 from Nurturing-nutrition.com
If you choose not to “go organic” for whatever reason you can be confident that traditional, non-organic formulas are held to very stringent quality controls and that some brands are pesticide-free anyway.
Finding the Right Baby Formula
Posted by Parenting.com
Between the organics, the fortifieds, the generics, the premixes and powders, it's nearly impossible to know which one will be right for your baby (and you). Our guide will help take the guesswork out of your next shopping trip.
Do You Need Organic Baby Formula?
Posted on November 11, 2014 by Skeptoid.com
Does a baby who needs formula need organic formula? Is it better? Why is it better? And is there even a difference?
Long Term Results
Enfamil® formulas have DHA and choline, key brain nourishing nutrients also found in breast milk. Enfamil® Infant has DHA shown to foster learning ability through age 5.