From the product description for this toddler formula:
“Enfamil baby formula has undergone several significant changes since it was invented. Each change brings Enfamil baby formula nutritionally closer to breast milk…”
Have you seen
Sarah Wells' stylish
breast pump bags?
I didn’t realize moms produced chocolate!
This product appears to be aimed at parents of normal toddlers (12-36 months) who are picky eaters (all of them, right?)
As your child grows from an infant to a toddler, he’s probably becoming pickier about what he eats. Now more than ever, ensuring that he gets complete nutrition can be a challenge.
Here’s a comparison of calories and sugar content for several types of milk drinks:
|Calories (per 8 oz)||Sugar (per 8 oz)|
|Chocolate Enfagrow (150 cal, 19 g sugar per 6 oz serving)||200||25 g|
|Chocolate Pediasure||240||23 g|
|Nesquick chocolate low fat milk||170||28 g|
|Plain 2% cow’s milk||122||12 g|
|Plain whole (3.25%) cow’s milk||146||13 g|
|Similac Advance infant formula
(100 cal/5 oz, lactose is 95% of 11.2 g carbs/5 oz)
(20-22 cal/oz, ~70 g/L lactose= ~2 g/oz lactose,
ref: Lawrence 2005)
What do you think? Will a product like this encourage childhood obesity?