Enfagrow® Toddler Transitions® Gentlease®

Part of Enfamil® Staged Nutrition, along with Enfamil® Newborn, Enfamil® Infant and Enfagrow® Toddler Transitions®.

Perfect for children transitioning from Enfamil® Gentlease®, Enfagrow Gentlease is designed for toddlers 9 months and up experiencing fussiness and gas. It has:

  • A special blend of easy-to-digest proteins and has 50% the lactose of a routine milk-based infant and toddler formula*
  • DHA to help support brain and eye development
  • Iron to help support mental development and antioxidants to help support your toddler's developing immune system

When you feed your child Enfagrow Gentlease, you nourish the development that helps her reach milestones.

Your toddler's milestones are driven by the cognitive, motor, social and communication areas of the brain. Enfagrow Gentlease has a tailored formula that includes DHA—important for the development that helps your toddler reach milestones.

Enfagrow Gentlease also has iron—a building block of a toddler's developing brain—as well as antioxidants, like vitamins C and E, to help support your toddler's developing immune system.

And with a special blend of easy-to-digest proteins that are partially broken down and 50% the lactose of a routine milk-based infant and toddler formula, Enfagrow Gentlease is specifically designed to help toddlers experiencing fussiness and gas get the nourishment they may still need.

*½ lactose of a routine, milk-based, infant and toddler formula

While we can't guarantee insurance reimbursement, our dedicated staff will help parents navigate the reimbursement process.

 ¶Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children is a U.S. Department of Agriculture Program. No endorsement of any brand or product by the USDA is implied or intended.

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