Choosing the right formula for your baby can be a big decision. You do, after all, need to pick one and stick with it. With a one week old in my arms, I’m fully aware of newborn nutrition and the importance our decisions have on the now and the future. Formula is regulated by the FDA, so rest assured any formula you buy will contain complete nutrition your baby needs. The decision lies in finding the right formula for your family. One option I didn’t know I had until recent is Simply Right. Coming in a super parent-friendly package and at a beautiful price, Simply Right is worth a look.
Simply Right Infant Formula comes in three varieties: Complete, Gentle and Sensitivity. Complete features prebiotics to support your baby’s immune system through this horrid cold and flu season. That’s a big plus. Baby will receive DHA and ARA by way of Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, supporting brain and eye development, and of course a milk-based nutrition containing all essential vitamins and minerals for optimal growth. If you have a more sensitive-bellied babies (like I do) then you have two other options in Gentle and Sensitivity, the Gentle created from partially broken down whey protein (easier to digest), and Sensitivity created with lower lactose.
What I love most about Simply Right is the new and improved packaging that makes formula prep a breeze. The containers feature an easy zip open, a scoop holder and scoop leveler, facilitating a quick and accurate formula assembly.
Formula feeding baby, even just supplementing breast milk, is mighty expensive, but it can be less so with Simply Right. No need to make any sacrifices because this formula offers the same balanced nutrition as leading competitors like Similac and Enfamil. Simply Right can be found at Sam’s Clubs across the country. You’re already there stocking up on diapers and wipers, so check out Simply Right to save even more.
We all have our favorite memories of motherhood, making more every day. What is your favorite memory so far, and how would Simply Right formula fit into your motherhood duties?