Enfamil NeuroPro
OVERVIEW

DHA to Nourish Brain Development

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

Nutrients to Support Immune Health

ONLY Enfamil NeuroPro has a Triple Prebiotic Immune Blend™ which includes 2'-FL HMO, PDX and GOS.*

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

Inspired by Breast Milk

Enfamil NeuroPro has naturally occurring MFGM components.** MFGM is found in breast milk and plays an important role in brain development.

*Not from human milk.
**From whey protein concentrate composed of fats and proteins.

Your baby is full of wonder.

For that very reason, Enfamil NeuroPro includes nutrition to fuel baby's mind & body.

The Triple Prebiotic Immune Blend™ in NeuroPro is designed to support baby's immune health:

Prebiotics stimulate the growth of friendly gut bacteria by acting as food for the gut bacteria.
Our patented combination of GOS and PDX is shown to increase immune-supporting gut bacteria.
2'FL-HMO is a prebiotic similar to that found in breast milk, shown to help support digestive and immune health.

Top Reasons to Choose Enfamil NeuroPro

 

 
Global expert-recommended
Omega 3 DHA*.

17mg/100 Cal

8 mg/100 Cal
Triple Prebiotic Immune Blend™
2'-FL HMO, GOS & PDX
#1 Pediatrician
Recommended Brand.

 

Enfamil has not been shown superior to Similac in supporting brain development and immune health.
* 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 average amount found in world-wide mature breast milk.
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