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3-Count 36oz Similac Pro-Advance Non-GMO Infant Formula w/ Iron EXPIRED

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Amazon has select Similac Infant Formula on sale as listed below when you 'clip' the 40% off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks NightHound & jswiss

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What's the difference among the 3 formulas? I can't find a direct answer. Is sensitive and comfort just less lactose compared to advance?
Pro sensitive is more easier to digest,it produces less gas after babies drink it. Less gas means less chance of coilc and comfort babies.
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What's the difference among the 3 formulas? I can't find a direct answer. Is sensitive and comfort just less lactose compared to advance?
New dad here so I've done a lot of research on this and this is partially from recent experience. I have Pro Advanced, Total Comfort, and Sensitive, and I've fed all three to our newborn. Take what I'm describing with a grain of salt as this is a huge YMMV depending on how much you're feeding, how quickly LO (little one) feeds (ours tends to spit up mostly when we feed her too quickly without burping....have every kind of anti-colic bottle and she still spits up). All in all, they all have close to the same vitamins and minerals, but it's just the protein that's the difference and how much it's broken down. See below for more detail.

Pro Advanced - This one has the highest amount of pure lactose and will probably be closest to breast milk as far as "fullness" goes, but it can be harsher on the tummy for some. My LO seems to do ok with this, but her bowel movements are less frequent with this for sure. This one mixes well with room temperature water (see below why I added this).

Sensitive - This one has a little more processed lactose, so that's what makes it easier to digest and easier on the tummy. I honestly can't tell a huge difference between this one and Pro Advance yet, so I'm leaning toward staying on this one. She seems to get "full" on this one, and her bowel movements are less frequent but not as frequent as the next one. This one mixes very well also with room temperature water with some slight clumping but it dissolves after a while. Make sure to mix together slowly or use a stirrer or shaker bottle.

Total Comfort - This one is the easiest on the tummy as the proteins are the most broken down in this formula, but the protein is still delivered, etc. Sounds great right? It's not without it's trade-offs. For one, it tastes and smells the worst. My LO will eat it, but she'll grimace from the taste...she'll eventually down it though. Also, because it's the most broken down, bowel movements should be more frequent with this one. We fed this to our LO, and she pooped like 4 times in a day....it was poopageddon. Full disclosure, she hadn't gone in a couple days, so she was probably backed up...this definitely helped though. Also, big downer on this one is that it clumps really bad with room temp water. The only way I got it to mix was to dissolve in warm water, then I put it in the fridge to cool it down. I actually put it in a shaker bottle, and just poured from that all day...it's only good for 24 hours that way though.

Hope this helps and good luck to all.
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It looks like this one might be dead, but I may have gotten it ordered just in time. Also, there is a deal on Gerber products with a 25% coupon + 5/15% S&S stacked if you're interested. We haven't tried that one yet, so I may jump on that to give it a whirl. https://www.amazon.com/s?k=gerber...b_ss_i_1_6
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I was looking for the cheapest option in different stores for these infant food. Well my 7 days old girl will be very happy Smilie Thank you so much !
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I purchased this deal before and when I tried to clip the coupon and use S&S, my S&S confirmation page (looks like the order confirmation page) kept removing the coupon. Instead I clipped the coupon, hit "one time purchase" and then at the order confirmation page selected the option to switch to S&S for %45 off.

Hope this helps others if you are having a hard time replicating
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If you have an Aldi, compare the ingredients of their formulas to Enfamil and Similac. Then compare the price tags. You're welcome.

So far mom has been making most of what our baby needs so we haven't had to use a whole lot of supplement but I did do a good amount of looking into ingredients of Enfamil and Similac options. There definitely are differences particularly in the easy to digest ones= #1 ingredient corn syrup. Would not be my choice unless absolutely necessary but ymmv.
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Why are there never any Enfamil deals like this?
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If you have an Aldi, compare the ingredients of their formulas to Enfamil and Similac. Then compare the price tags. You're welcome.

So far mom has been making most of what our baby needs so we haven't had to use a whole lot of supplement but I did do a good amount of looking into ingredients of Enfamil and Similac options. There definitely are differences particularly in the easy to digest ones= #1 ingredient corn syrup. Would not be my choice unless absolutely necessary but ymmv.
Corn syrup is not bad for you nor is it unhealthy. Babies need carbs. Lots of carbs. Guess what your brain uses for energy: sugar. It uses sugar and nothing else.
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Anyone else have issues getting these dented in the past? This is the 3rd time I received dented cans and all 3 times Amazon sent free replacements and told me to dispose. Am I over the top and the dents are fine? I don't feel comfortable giving it to my son.
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Anyone else have issues getting these dented in the past? This is the 3rd time I received dented cans and all 3 times Amazon sent free replacements and told me to dispose. Am I over the top and the dents are fine? I don't feel comfortable giving it to my son.
If you dont feel comfortable doing it, then dont do it. Not worth the risk. But if it were me, as long as the cans are still sealed tight and the denting is only aesthetic/cosmetic, then I wouldnt worry about it.

I think Ive ordered this 3-pack 4 times over the last several months and have never received a dented can
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If you dont feel comfortable doing it, then dont do it. Not worth the risk. But if it were me, as long as the cans are still sealed tight and the denting is only aesthetic/cosmetic, then I wouldnt worry about it.

I think Ive ordered this 3-pack 4 times over the last several months and have never received a dented can
Appreciate the reply. The air seal is good. Seeing it's in a cardboard tube I'm thinking it's fine, but my brain looks at it like dented canned goods in all steel cans which is a big no no. Worse case I'll donate them.
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Corn syrup is not bad for you nor is it unhealthy. Babies need carbs. Lots of carbs. Guess what your brain uses for energy: sugar. It uses sugar and nothing else.
Fortunately our bodies are pretty amazing and can convert protein to glucose or use ketones for energy. So while your brain needs glucose for energy, that certainly does not mean the source of the glucose must be sugar or carbs.
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What's the difference among the 3 formulas? I can't find a direct answer. Is sensitive and comfort just less lactose compared to advance?
We mainly used Pro Sensitive for our first one as he had gas issues and Pro Advanced gave him a lot of gas. Downside of pro sensitive is that you can't really shake when mixing otherwise it causes a lot of bubbles and interesting more air and ther formula also stained clothes a brownish color

Second one we used advanced mainly for the fact that we can rigorously shake the bottle and won't have issues with bubbles. Plus it stained less
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Appears to be dead?
I don't see the coupon.
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