Enfagrow® is part of the Enfamil®
family of formulas, including Enfakid® and Enfapro®. These products are scientifically-designed to meet the nutritional needs of newborns, infants, toddlers and children. Enfamil’s full product portfolio is formulated to provide optimal nutrition and to support brain development. Following a staged approach, each formula is intended for use as part of a balanced diet while providing the nutrients needed for healthy physical growth and development during the first critical days of life, up to toddler and school age. No matter your little one's age, we have the right formula to suit his or her new needs. Our wide range of nutritional products have been scientifically formulated for your child's every stage of growth and development.
With more than 100 years of experience in pediatric nutrition including DHA and early mental development, Mead Johnson Nutrition has formulated Enfagrow A+ with essential nutrients to help support well-rounded development to help support your child’s continuous learning.
DHA is an important building block for brain and eye development*. Enfagrow A+ is formulated to help meet the recommendation for daily DHA intake**.
The scientific formula also contains a unique blend of Wellmune® Beta-Glucan, Dietary fiber (PDX) and Prebiotic (GOS). Prebiotic (GOS) promotes the growth of good Bifidus bacteria to help maintain a healthy digestive system.
Enfagrow A+ also contains other key nutrients such as choline, zinc, iodine, iron and Vitamin B for your child’s overall mental and physical development.
Proper nutrition together with parental stimulation helps your child turn every moment into a precious learning opportunity.
*This nutrient function claim refers to children up to 3 years of age.
**FAO/WHO recommends daily dietary DHA intake of 10-12mg/kg body weight for children 12-24 months or 100-150mg DHA+EPA for children 12-24 months or 100-150mg DHA+ EPA for children 6-10 years old. Reference: FAO 2010. Fats and fatty acids in human nutrition. Report of an expert consultation. FAO Food and Nutrition Paper no. 91. FAO:Rome.