Hypoallergenic formula with extensively hydrolyzed protein and LGG probiotic for infants with food allergies including cow’s milk allergy
*LGG is a registered trademark of Chr. Hansen A/S.
Nutramigen with Enflora LGG is a 20 Cal/fl oz, iron-fortified, lactose-free, hypoallergenic infant formula designed for infants who have food allergies including cow’s milk allergy. Nutramigen with Enflora LGG has extensively hydrolyzed casein protein to help avoid an immune system response by reducing the allergen exposure, and the probiotic branded LGG to help support the strength of the intestinal barrier and support digestive health.
Product long-term usage
Product Forms and Ordering Information
Fast on colic due to cow’s milk allergy (CMA)
Fast on GI health
Fast return to milk protein
Additional product features:
* Some studies were prior to the addition of DHA, ARA and LGG.
† Rhinoconjunctivitis, urticaria, eczema and asthma at 3 years compared to Nutramigen without LGG. Feeding began at 4 months or older in the study.
‡ Studies compared infants fed Enfamil® with DHA and ARA vs. discontinued Enfamil without DHA and ARA; studied before the addition of prebiotics.
§ Average amount of DHA in worldwide breast milk is 0.32% ± 0.22% (mean ± standard deviation of total fatty acids) based on an analysis of 65 studies of 2,474 women13.
|| Nutramigen with Enflora LGG has not been shown superior to the leading competitor in promoting brain and eye development. The level of DHA in Similac Pro-Advance™ is ~0.15% of total fatty acids.
¶ When hereditary fructose intolerance is a concern.
# No significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rbST-treated and non-rbST-treated cows.
In a study evaluating the occurrence of allergic manifestations in babies with CMA, 46% experienced eczema, hives, asthma, and nasal allergies at a 3-year follow-up.*4
Watch to gain a deeper understanding of CMA, the allergic march, and how active management with Nutramigen LGG can change outcomes for infants with food allergies.
*Published study showing fewer incidences of asthma, rhinoconjunctivitis, urticaria, and eczema at 3 years in infants with CMA compared to Nutramigen without LGG. Feeding began at 4 months of age or older in the study.
Review the prevalence and impact of CMA, and the research Mead Johnson has supported to manage food allergies for infants and young children.
Infants fed Nutramigen LGG also experienced significantly larger decreases in fecal calprotectin, a marker of gut inflammation, than those fed an extensively hydrolyzed formula without LGG.*2
*Compared to Nutramigen without LGG
*Compared to other formulas used in the study. Formulas included: extensively hydrolyzed casein: Nutramigen and Nutribén hydrolyzed®; rice hydrolysate: Risolac®; soy: Isomil®, Sinelac®, Nutrilon Soya®; amino acid: Neocate®, Nutramigen AA®, Sineall®.
Canani R et al. The Journal of Pediatrics. 2013;163(3):771-777.
Watch a clinical presentation and commentary by Dr. Michael Hart, a professor of pediatrics on managing cow’s milk protein allergy and helping infants and toddlers build tolerance to cow's milk protein.
This letter establishes a medical need for Nutramigen and might help parents get reimbursed by their insurance company for the product.
*WIC is a registered trademark of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for the
Women, Infants, & Children Program. No endorsement of any brand or product by the USDA is implied
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