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  • For nourishing babies with severe food allergies
  • For nourishing babies with severe food allergies
  • For nourishing babies with severe food allergies
  • For nourishing babies with severe food allergies
  • For nourishing babies with severe food allergies

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PurAmino Hypoallergenic Infant Formula

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Overview

PurAmino™

PurAmino has important nutrients your baby may be missing out on due to their severe cow's milk allergy, multiple food allergies, or other gastrointestinal conditions.

Get our Enfamil PurAmino Hypoallergenic Baby Formula Powder in the perfect size to fit your needs. Enfamil PurAmino Hypoallergenic Baby Formula Powder is available in 14.1 oz Cans and bulk options including a Case of 4.

Our PurAmino formula is a hypoallergenic, iron fortified, amino acid-based infant formula used for infants and toddlers with severe cow's milk protein allergy, and other food allergies. It’s also suitable for conditions such as protein maldigestion, malabsorption/chronic diarrhea, short bowel syndrome & eosinophilic esophagitis. It has DHA & ARA, important fatty acids that support brain and eye development for your baby. PurAmino can provide a sole source of nutrition for infants up to age 6 months and provide a major source of nutrition through 24 months of age, when indicated. In cases of severe and multiple food allergies or intolerances, PurAmino is sometimes continued as a milk substitute in the diet of children.

PurAmino is appropriate for both oral and tube feeding.

*World Health Organization recommended amount of DHA is 0.2% - 0.36% of total fatty acids. Similac = 0.15% Vs Enfamil = 0.32% of total fatty acids.

†Of Pediatricians who recommend a specific brand of formula

1. Burks W. Jones SM, Berseth CL, Harris C. Sampson HA, Scalabrin DMF. Hypoallergenicity and effects on growth and tolerance of a new amino acid-based formula with docosahexaenoic acid and arachidonic acid. J. Pediatr. 2008;153(2):266-271.

Expert-recommended amount of DHA*—an important nutrient that supports brain and eye development.
Free amino acids—building blocks of protein—eliminating allergic potential when used as a sole source of nutrition1
Created by Enfamil, the maker of Nutramigen—the #1 recommended brand for managing infants who are allergic to cow’s milk protein†
Available in four convenient ways—home delivery, in pharmacy, through select retailers and home care providers
Insurance might cover some of the cost of PurAmino with myPurAmino, you can find a dedicated resource for navigating insurance reimbursement at 1-800-BABY123
PurAmino is also suitable for other conditions that may require an elemental diet including:
  • Multiple food protein allergies
  • Eosinophilic esophagitis
  • Short bowel syndrome
  • Malabsorption
  • Protein maldigestion

Nutrients and Ingredients

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PurAmino Hypoallergenic Infant Formula

 

Online sales from Enfamil.com are temporarily suspended, in order to meet the needs of the orders we have already received.

We understand how stressful this is for parents, and fully understand the importance of our role providing the single source of nutrition for many babies. Since the recall by another manufacturer, resources have been added to address the need but unfortunately, the wave of online orders is significant.

For parents who would like to continue to purchase online:

  • If you continue to look for online availability through other channels, be sure to buy from a reputable source. Be wary of purchasing from individuals and not corporations.

For parents who prefer to shop at retail outlets (Walmart, Target, CVS, Walgreens, etc):

  • Start with our Enfamil.com store locator to search online and in-store availability
  • Ask your local store managers what days they expect to receive new shipments
  • Try both big box stores and smaller grocery stores you may not normally shop at
  • Check with pediatricians for available samples or promotions, as well as alternatives to your current product. 
  • Be open to different sizes or formats of the brand you normally buy

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