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Neocate Syneo Infant
03/18/2019
...infants   Neocate® Syneo® Infant is specially formulated for the dietary management of infants with cow milk allergy (CMA), multiple food allergies (MFA) and related GI and allergic conditions, including food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome (FPIES), eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) and gastroesophageal reflux (GER). Only Neocate Syneo Infant contains Syneo®, a patented blend of prebiotics and probiotics, backed by years of research, and designed to help support a balanced gut microbiota in food-allergic infants. Good to Know...
02/26/2016
...are also differences between the products to best serve our customers who most often use them. Let’s look at each of the 5 product options and their individual differences. 1. Neocate Syneo Infant Neocate Syneo Infant is intended for infants 0-12 months. This is the first and only hypoallergenic infant formula that contains a blend of prebiotics and probiotics, specifically designed for food-allergic infants. It also has all of the benefits of Neocate Infant DHA/ARA,...
01/17/2016
...were able to remove the soy oil in Neocate Infant DHA/ARA! In 2013, we finally launched an improved version of Neocate Infant DHA/ARA. Among other nutritional improvements, soy oil was not in the formula. The formula contained canola oil instead, and had higher levels of essential fats. And our newest and most advanced hypoallergenic infant formula, Neocate Syneo Infant, also does not use soy oil. What does the medical community say? As I mentioned above,...
11/24/2015
...of Neocate who are very happy to see the soy oil replaced with canola oil. When families are happy with Neocate, we are happy! Is Neocate Syneo Infant Soy Oil Free? 2016 UPDATE: launched in the fall of 2016, Neocate Syneo Infant also does not contain soy oil! That means that the entire range of Neocate products available in the United States does NOT contain soy oil. Neocate Syneo Infant is the first and only...
02/21/2017
...sugar, honey or agave syrup, for example. This table shows you, per 100 calories, how many grams of total sugars and added sugars each Neocate product contains. (For infant formula, 100 calories is 5 fluid ounces; and for Neocate Junior and Splash formulas, 100 calories is ~3.3 fluid ounces) Neocate Products Carbohydrate source(s) Total Sugars (per 100 calories) Added Sugars (per 100 calories) Neocate® Syneo® Infant Corn Syrup Solids Fructooligosaccharides (prebiotic) Inulin (prebiotic) 0.95 g...
10/12/2017
...Neocate® Syneo® Infant Not certified “neocateNeocate Syneo Infant is made in the same facility and has the same ingredients as Neocate Infant DHA/ARA, plus added prebiotics and probiotics. However, at this time Neocate Syneo Infant has not been certified. Neocate® Junior Several are Certified Kosher Pareve Other flavors not yet certified “neocateNeocate Junior Unflavored, Chocolate, Tropical and Unflavored with Prebiotics in the US have been certified kosher pareve by KLBD. Contact our Nutrition...
Baby Poop: What’s Normal and What’s Not?
07/17/2018
...often tan or yellow in color. A formula-fed baby tends to have firmer stools than a breastfed baby, similar to a peanut butter consistency. Neocate Syneo Infant babies: Babies on Neocate Syneo Infant often have stools that are soft, similar to those of breastfed infants. The color may be close to a light mustard color, again similar to breastfed babies’ stools. Babies on other hypoallergenic formulas: Stools may be green and are often pretty dark...
07/30/2013
...We talk to familes who use Neocate all the time, usually when they call us with questions. The most common questions we get come from families who are new to Neocate and starting to use Neocate Syneo Infant or Neocate Infant, the infant formulas of the Neocate family. Remember: Your healthcare team is familiar with your little one’s medical care, so their advice and guidance is more important than what we have to say!...
   
 
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