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Amazon has 3-Pack 36oz Similac Advance Infant Formula Powder w/ Iron on sale for $58.13 when you 'clip' the 35% Off coupon (located on product page) and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks drkolluru

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Here we go with judgy parents on the internet. A fed baby is a healthy baby. Take the deal or don't. Dont post comments judging parents for trying to do the best for their children.
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Can any one help me understand the difference between this and Similac Pro-Advance?
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I need pro advance and it never goes on sale.
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Can any one help me understand the difference between this and Similac Pro-Advance?
Pro advance is Advance + 2'-FL Human Milk Oligosaccharide.

Is it going to make a huge difference? Probably not, but I don't want to switch formula just to save a few dollars.
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Looks like sensitive version is also on a similar deal, few bucks cheaper.

https://www.amazon.com/Similac-Se...+sensitive

I'm still in the learning curve of formula, i have a newborn and we had a few samples from our doctors. i need to look at the containers, but one of them definitely gave my daughter issues with passing gas, a ton of fussiness. all samples have been similac. (i know the problematic one, was the purple one)
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Last edited by ToddAtWSU November 22, 2017 at 08:32 AM. Reason: Didn't refresh page and previous post said the same thing
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Great deal. Seems to be a monthly coupon as this is the 3rd straight month I have bought. With 5+ S&S, ends up being cheaper per oz than the Costco store brand non-GMO formula (which my daughter threw up more frequently, along with the Similac Pro-Advance).
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Great deal. Seems to be a monthly coupon as this is the 3rd straight month I have bought. With 5+ S&S, ends up being cheaper per oz than the Costco store brand non-GMO formula (which my daughter threw up more frequently, along with the Similac Pro-Advance).
Yup I used similar coupon last month and was able to order once again using this deal and get 35%. We are expecting our second son in 3 months so I'm stocking up on this stuff. Please
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I'll never feed american formula to my infant, they all have soy oil... Studies have shown boys eating soy is the equivalent of 5 birth controls pills a day, and 25% of girls get their periods earlier (as well as fertility issues later in life). Even the government has acknowledged concern despite lobbying -
https://www.niehs.nih.gov/health/.../index.cfm

Be aware that the sensitive version of similac uses corn syrup as its 1st ingredient and sugar as its 4th. Disgusting. Stick with soy-free (and corn syrup free) infant formulas (I prefer goat's milk based from EU/UK) like Holle or Nanny Care - both are slightly more than similac. If you prefer cow's milk based, Hipp (same price or cheaper as similac) is pretty awesome. People, don't feed your kid this similac crap or any american formula for that matter. Every one that I've researched has soy in (yes, even the organic ones) it since soy is our 2nd largest crop after corn.
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Looks like sensitive version is also on a similar deal, few bucks cheaper.

https://www.amazon.com/Similac-Se...+sensitive [amazon.com]

I'm still in the learning curve of formula, i have a newborn and we had a few samples from our doctors. i need to look at the containers, but one of them definitely gave my daughter issues with passing gas, a ton of fussiness. all samples have been similac. (i know the problematic one, was the purple one)
Corn syrup is the 1st ingredient and sugar is the 4th. Don't feed your kid this crap and always read labels.
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Here we go with judgy parents on the internet. A fed baby is a healthy baby. Take the deal or don't. Dont post comments judging parents for trying to do the best for their children.
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I'll never feed american formula to my infant, they all have soy oil... Studies have shown boys eating soy is the equivalent of 5 birth controls pills a day, and 25% of girls get their periods earlier (as well as fertility issues later in life). Even the government has acknowledged concern despite lobbying -
https://www.niehs.nih.gov/health/.../index.cfm

Be aware that the sensitive version of similac uses corn syrup as its 1st ingredient and sugar as its 4th. Disgusting. Stick with soy-free (and corn syrup free) infant formulas (I prefer goat's milk based from EU/UK) like Holle or Nanny Care - both are slightly more than similac. If you prefer cow's milk based, Hipp (same price or cheaper as similac) is pretty awesome. People, don't feed your kid this similac crap or any american formula for that matter. Every one that I've researched has soy in (yes, even the organic ones) it since soy is our 2nd largest crop after corn.
Your link is for soy protein found in soy based formula, which I believe most people agree isn't the best/first choice. This deal is NOT for a soy based formula. Most US formulas contain soy oil as it contains required nutrients that are required by law. Recently, I believe other oils, like canola, have been found to contain same nutrients, but soy oil remains most used. Soy oil is NOT a phytoestrogen and will NOT have the same hormonal effects as a soy based formula.
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Your link is for soy protein found in soy based formula, which I believe most people agree isn't the best/first choice. This deal is NOT for a soy based formula. Most US formulas contain soy oil as it contains required nutrients that are required by law. Recently, I believe other oils, like canola, have been found to contain same nutrients, but soy oil remains most used. Soy oil is NOT a phytoestrogen and will NOT have the same hormonal effects as a soy based formula.
Soybean oil is bad for you, have you researched it? Studies show that soybean oil increases obesity in mammals. For example, this study published in 2016 - http://journals.plos.org/plosone/...ne.0132672
Soybean Oil Is More Obesogenic and Diabetogenic than Coconut Oil and Fructose in Mouse: Potential Role for the Liver. PLoS ONE10(7): e0132672.
Deol P, Evans JR, Dhahbi J, Chellappa K, Han DS, Spindler S, et al.

"Other genes involved in obesity (e.g., Cidec, Cd36), diabetes (Igfbp1), inflammation (Cd63), mitochondrial function (Pdk4) and cancer (H19) were also upregulated by the soybean oil diet. Taken together, our results indicate that in mice a diet high in soybean oil is more detrimental to metabolic health than a diet high in fructose or coconut oil."

Ever heard moms discussing how Similac "fattens" their babies up? That is why, it's stimulating genes related to diabetes (not to mention inflammation/cancer).

Other studies have shown that it messes with thyroid function which regulates body temperature. For example, this 2014 study -
https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/arti...7/_article
"These findings suggested that long-term HSD [High Soybean Oil Diet] intake produces abnormal BT [Body Temperature] regulation."

There are safer oils that can be put in the formula than soy, and the only reason it's in every american formula is because it's dirt cheap since soybeans are our #2 crop.
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These baby deals need to start coming bundled with a soap box.
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