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Nestle Good Start Baby Formula Review

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Elizabeth Streeter has been writing professionally since 2000. She specializes in subjects ranging from how to live a happier life to potentially harmful food and drug-related interactions. Streeter has written for "Family Circle," "Woman's Day," "Natural Health" and "Fitness." Streeter holds a Bachelor of Science in nutrition science from Auburn University and is currently working towards a Master of Arts in psychology.
Nestle Good Start Baby Formula Review
Nestle Good Start formulas are now Gerber Good Start formulas. Photo Credit Jupiterimages/Goodshoot/Getty Images

Good Start is a variety of infant formula made by Nestle. Nestle acquired Gerber in 2007. Nestle now packages Good Start formulas under the Gerber trademark.

Types

Seven formulas are marketed under the Gerber Good Start name. These are the Good Start, Good Start Gentle Plus Formula, Good Start Protect Plus Formula, Good Start Soy Plus Formula, Good Start 2 Gentle Plus Formula, Good Start 2 Protect Plus Formula and Good Start 2 Soy Plus Formula. Gerber’s Good Start formulas are made for children up to 12 months old and Good Start 2 formulas are made for children between nine and 24 months.

Ingredients

Nestle uses either whey "Comfort Protein" or "Gentle Soy Proteins" in its formula. Using a two-step process, Nestle breaks down whole proteins into easy to digest pieces. According to Nestle, this method makes digestion more comfortable for the infant, helping reduce the likelihood of spit up.

Guarantee

Nestle offers a money-back guarantee on all Good Start formulas. If you are dissatisfied, it’ll refund the purchase price for one can.

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