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Support Brain + Immune Health with NeuroPro Infant Formula

That’s why it’s a leading formula featuring brain-building MFGM components, expert-recommended DHA, and a unique immune blend.



Enfamil NeuroPro is a leading formula with a unique blend, featuring MFGM components, clinically shown to support cognitive and communication development now through age 5.

*MFGM components from whey protein concentrate

Has Omega 3 DHA that global experts recommend, as well as essential nutrients.

Only Enfamil NeuroPro infant has an exclusive HuMO6 immune blend, which includes 2'FL-HMO, PDX, GOS, Vitamins C&E and Selenium.

Each of these ingredients are shown to help support a baby's immune system.

Imagine your baby's potential

Enfamil NeuroPro gives your baby support by having brain-building nutrition like MFGM components.

Enfamil NeuroPro supports the 5-year benefit by having brain-building MFGM components.

What is MFGM?
MFGM, short for milk fat globule membrane, is a natural element also present in every drop of breast milk.
Why is it so important?
MFGM is packed with an array of components, clinically shown to support brain development from now to age 5.

Why does it matter now?

This is an important time for your baby's brain development. In a single second, their little minds create a million new neural connections. These connections lay the groundwork for their entire future.






Top Reasons to Choose Enfamil NeuroPro



  Enfamil NeuroPro Similac Pro Advance
Global expert recommended Omega 3 DHA*.
17mg/100 Cal

8mg/100 Cal
Exclusive HuMO6 Immune Blend
2'FL-HMO, PDX, GOS, Vitamins C & E and Selenium
#1 Pediatrician
recommended brand.



Enfamil has not been shown superior to Similac in supporting brain development and immune health.
This chart is for Enfamil NeuroPro Infant that has PDX and GOS
*World Health Organization recommended amount of DHA is 0.2%-0.36% of total fatty acids. Enfamil has 0.32% of total fatty acids as DHA, similar to the world average amount found in world-wide mature breast milk.




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