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Gerber® Good Start® SoothePro Powder

Clinically shown to support common digestive issues, such as colic, mild spit-ups, gas, excessive crying, fussiness & Irregular stools

High Quality 100% Whey Protein, Partially Hydrolyzed

  • Easy to digest small proteins
  • Promotes softs tools
  • Clinically shown to delivery a gastric emptying time similar to breastmilk at 30 minutes

Probiotic L. reuteri^

  • Clinically shown to promote a balanced microbiota
  • Clinically shown to Reduce crying time by 50% in colicky infants
  • Reduces the frequency of mild spit-ups
  • Increases the frequency of stools in infants with functional constipation

Prebiotic 2’-FL HMO** (Human Milk Oligosaccharide)

  • Prebiotic just the like one of those found at significant levels in breastmilk.
  • Studies have shown that HMOs Support digestive health and the developing immune system

 

^ Probiotic found in Gerber® Good Start® Gentle and Gentle Pro powder formula only
** Human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) are a group of prebiotics found in human milk, and 2’-FL is the most abundant found in breastmilk. The 2’-FL HMO in Gerber® Good Start® is structurally identical to that in breastmilk. Not from human milk.

Ingredients

Corn Maltodextrin, Whey Protein Concentrate (from Milk, Enzymatically Hydrolyzed, Reduced in Minerals), Vegetable Oils (Palm Olein, Soy, Coconut, High Oleic Safflower or High Oleic Sunflower), and Less than 2% of: Potassium Hydroxide, Calcium Chloride, Potassium Phosphate, Calcium Phosphate, Citric Acid, Choline Bitartrate, 2’-0-Fucosyllactose*, M. Alpina Oil**, Schizochytrium Oil***, Sodium Ascorbate, Magnesium Chloride, Sodium Citrate, Lactobacillus Reuteri (DSM 17938) Cultures, Soy Lecithin, Taurine, Nucleotides (Cytidine 5'-Monophosphate, Disodium Uridine 5’-Monophosphate, Adenosine 5’-Monophosphate, Disodium Guanosine 5’-Monophosphate), Inositol, Ferrous Sulfate, Alpha-Tocopheryl Acetate, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Mixed Tocopherols, Zinc Sulfate, Niacinamide, Calcium Pantothenate, L-Carnitine, Copper Sulfate, Vitamin A Acetate, Riboflavin, Thiamine Mononitrate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Manganese Sulfate, Potassium Iodide, Folic Acid, Phylloquinone, Biotin, Sodium Selenate, Vitamin D3, Vitamin B12.

Contains: Milk and Soy

Nestle Infant Nutrition,
Arlington, VA 22209 USA

* A Source of Prebiotic

* A Source of Arachidonic Acid (ARA)

** A Source of Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)

Note: Information is subject to change. Please read the formula label for the most up-to-date nutritional information and preparation instructions.

Nutrition Information

  Per 100 calories Per 100 mL Per Liter (prepared) Per 100 grams powder Per mL
Nutrients
Energy, kcal 100 68 676 512 0.68
Volume, mL 148 100 1000 - 1.00
Water, g 131 89 886 - 0.89
Protein, g 2.2 1.5 14.9 11.3 0.01
% Calories 9% 9% 9% 9% 9%
Protein source 100% whey partially hydrolyzed
Fat, g 5.1 3.4 34.5 26.1 0.03
% Calories 46% 46% 46% 46% 46%
Fat source 40% palm olein oil, 34% soy oil, 18% coconut oil, 6% high oleic safflower or sunflower oil, 2% single cell oil
Linoleic Acid, mg 900 609 6087 4608 6.09
Linolenic Acid, mg 85 57 575 435 0.57
DHA, % total fat 0.32 0.32 0.32 0.32 0.00
ARA, % total fat 0.32 0.32 0.32 0.32 0.00
Carbohydrate, g 11.2 7.6 75.8 57.3 0.08
% Calories 45% 45% 45% 45% 45%
Carbohydrate source 70% maltodextrin, 30% lactose
Prebiotic, g/L 0.25 g/L, 2'-FL HMO
Vitamins
Vitamin A, IU 300 203 2029 1536 2.03
Vitamin D, IU 60 41 406 307 0.41
Vitamin E, IU 2 1.4 14 10 0.01
Vitamin K, mcg 8 5.4 54 41 0.05
Thiamin (Vitamin B1), mcg 100 68 676 512 0.68
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), mcg 140 95 947 717 0.95
Vitamin B6, mcg 75 51 507 384 0.51
Vitamin B12, mcg 0.33 0.22 2.2 1.7 0.002
Niacin, mcg 1050 710 7102 5376 7.10
Folic Acid, mcg 15 10 101 77 0.10
Pantothenic Acid, mcg 450 304 3044 2304 3.04
Biotin, mcg 4.4 3.0 30 23 0.03
Vitamin C, mg 10 6.8 68 51.2 0.07
Choline, mg 24 16 162 123 0.16
Inositol, mg 6 4.1 41 31 0.04
Minerals
Calcium, mg 72 49 487 369 0.49
Phosphorus, mg 40 27 271 205 0.27
Magnesium, mg 7 4.7 47 36 0.05
Iron, mg 1.5 1.0 10 7.7 0.01
Zinc, mg 0.8 0.54 5.4 4.1 0.01
Manganese, mcg 15 10 101 77 0.10
Copper, mcg 80 54 541 410 0.54
Iodine, mcg 12 8.1 81 61 0.08
Selenium, mcg 3 2.0 20 15 0.02
Sodium, mg 27 18 183 138 0.18
Potassium, mg 108 73 730 553 0.73
Chloride, mg 65 44 440 333 0.44
Other
Probiotic, CFU/g powder^ 1 x 106, L. reuteri
Added Nucleotides, mg 4.6 3.1 31 24 0.03
PRSL, mOsm per 100 kcal 19.5 - - -  
PRSL, mOsm per 100 mL - 13.2 - - 0.13
PRSL, mOsm per liter - - 132 -  
Osmolality, mOsm/kg water 188 188 188 - 1.88

‡ Nutrient values and ingredient information current as of October 2, 2022. Values are subject to change. Please refer to product label for current information.

CFU = Colony Forming Units

Human Milk oligosaccharide. Not from Human Milk

Amino Acid Values Gerber® Good Start® Formulas for Term Infants
GERBER® GOOD START® SoothePro Powder
Amino Acid mg/100 kcal mg/100 g* mg/100ml mg/ml
Histidine 47 242 32 .32
Isoleucine 158 810 107 1.07
Leucine 266 1360 180 1.8
Lysine 215 1102 145 1.45
Methionine 50 258 34 0.34
Phenylalanine 87 443 59 0.59
Threonine 170 869 115 1.15
Tryptophan 45 230 30 0.3
Valine 144 737 97 0.97
Alanine 116 580 78 0.78
Arginine 56 280 38 0.38
Aspartic Acid 260 1303 176 1.76
Cystine 71 362 48 0.48
Glutamic Acid 386 1937 261 2.61
Glycine 44 223 30 0.3
Proline 139 700 94 0.94
Serine 116 583 78 0.78
Tyrosine 75 386 51 0.51

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fatty Acid Profiles Gerber® Good Start® Formulas for Term Infants
GERBER® GOOD START® SoothePro Formula
Fatty Acid mg/100 kcal mg/100 g*
Butyric Acid (C-4:0) 1 8
Caproic Acid (C-6:0) 7 38
Caprylic Acid (C-8:0) 69 355
Capric Acid (C-10:0) 54 276
Lauric Acid (C-12:0) 416 3131
Myristic Acid (C-14:0) 186 954
Palmitic Acid (C-16:0) 1016 5203
Stearic Acid (C-18:0) 192 984
Other Saturated Acids 31 159
Total Saturated Acids 1974 10108
Palmitoleic Acid (C-16:1) 6 33
Oleic Acid (C-18:1) 1444 7391
Other Monounsaturated Acids 13 66
Total Monounsaturated Acids 1463 7489
Linoleic (n-6) Acid (C-18:2) 1092 5590
Linolenic (n-3) Acids (C-18:3) 124 636
ARA (C-20:4) 17 87
EPA (C-20:5) 0 0
DHA (C-22:6) 15 77
Other Polyunsaturated Acids 7 34
Total Polyunsaturated Acids 1255 6424

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Resources

Videos & Presentations

Abstracts

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Czerkies, L, Finn K, Kineman B, Reichert H, Cohen S, Carvalho R. Use of a Partially Hydrolyzed 100% Whey-Based Infant Formula with Lactobacillus Reuteri in Infants with Caregiver-Perceived Intolerance https://openaccesspub.org/jphn/article/1208

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