Parental Guides

  • It’s no surprise that parents trust your guidance. Unfortunately, you can’t be with them every step of the way to answer questions and ease their concerns. Our parent resources can help you provide the education they need to understand the important role nutrition plays in infant growth and development.

  • I Am a Baby in the NICU

    I Am a Baby in the NICU

    This comprehensive guide for parents with a baby in the NICU answers questions about premature delivery, special considerations for premature infants, and helps explain the equipment, tests, and exams parents may encounter during their baby’s stay in the NICU.

  • Parents Guide to Stool

    Parents Guide to Stool

    Parents have lots of questions about their baby’s poop. This simple guide helps explain the colors and consistency of different stools parents may see in their baby’s diaper, and what they might mean.

  • A Parent’s Guide to Cow’s Milk Allergy

    A Parent’s Guide to Cow’s Milk Allergy

    This guide provides answers about cow’s milk allergy and management, including information on the benefits of feeding Nutramigen®.

  • Enfamil® Gentlease® Protein Educator

    Enfamil® Gentlease® Protein Educator

    Not all gentle formulas are the same. This simple visual helps explain how the proteins in Enfamil Gentlease can help ease fussiness, gas and crying.

  • Toddler Feeding Guide

    Toddler Feeding Guide

    Starting solid foods is a big step for babies and parents. This guide helps answer some of the basic questions when it comes to introducing solids, including suggestions for the type of food and amount to feed.

  • Toddler-Friendly Recipes

    Toddler-Friendly Recipes

    Most parents know that many toddlers are picky eaters, which may affect their nutrition. This guide includes delicious recipes toddlers will love that still have nutrients they may not get enough of.

  • Myth vs Fact: Corn Syrup Solids in Infant Formula

    Myth vs Fact: Corn Syrup Solids in Infant Formula

    Corn syrup is glucose polymers – long chains of glucose linked together – derived from corn. To make corn syrup solids, corn syrup is dehydrated until most of the water has been removed. Corn syrup solids provide energy for your baby. Plus, they are easily digested even if your baby is sensitive to lactose or sucrose.