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Parent’s Choice Baby Formula Options

by Nicole on June 3, 2010

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of PBM Products. All opinions are 100% mine.

Parent’s Choice Baby Formula recently won a nearly $14 million lawsuit against a “brand label” formula for false advertising.  There are other brands out there and Parent’s Choice is one of them.

One of the things I like best about Parent’s Choice is that the offer a baby formula Savings Calculator to show you how much money you can save by using their product.  It lets you compare apples to apples and gives you a price difference.  You can compare specific varities of Enfamil, ProSobee, Similac, and Isomil to the Parent’s Choice Varieties to become the most informed shopper and parent possible about the price points of these products.  It’s also important to compare ingredients and vitamins!

An example would be if you use the Enfamil Gentlease you could save $528.53 per year by switching to the Parent’s Choice Gentle! You could use this money towards a vacation, car/mortgage payments, or for your child’s college fund!

You can also use the Parent’s Choice Formula Finder to find the specific variety that is right for your child.  Every child is different and whether yours has a sensitive stomach or needs added rice starch, there is a Parent’s Choice variety for you!

It’s rare to find formula coupons and deals and I know there are many of you out there who use formula and are deal-seekers! It’s comforting to know you can save money on Parent’s Choice and still be giving your child formula with the same FDA-regulated ingredients that the more expensive brands offer.

I received one-day samples of the Parent’s Choice Advantage, Gentle and Premium and asked one of my co-workers with an infant to try them out for me.  The report was glowing and their daughter tolerated the formulas very well.  They advised they will likely make the switch after their current stockpile of formula runs out.

*I want to make it clear that I am not intending this post to spark any discussion about the merits of breast feeding versus bottle/formula feeding.  I am providing this information as a service to my readers who do use formula to make informed decisions about variety and price.

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Camille June 3, 2010 at 11:32 am

After our baby was born, the hospital gave us Enfamil. My husband went to Walmart to pick up more formula (as I was recovering from C-section) and he compared the ingredients/formulation of Parent’s Choice to Enfamil.. After seeing they were almost identical (down to the .01 percent), he picked it up. Our baby tolerated it very well.. never colicky or gassy, and we used it his entire first year!!

2 Monica June 28, 2010 at 12:40 pm

We used Parent’s Choice for our twins… When we ran out of the name brand stuff the hospital sent us home with, there was no way we’d be able to buy a can every few days… I couldn’t believe how much money we saved in the time that we spent formula feeding. Nearly $1400! I have told so many people about the Parent’s Choice formula finder and savings calculator, and they have found it to be really helpful!
A lot of parents are concerned that if they don’t spend the higher price, they won’t be giving their little one the proper nutrition. Something I learned in my research before choosing Parent’s Choice, was that the FDA regulates the infant formula manufacturers, so all formulas are nutritionally equal. Why pay the higher price? We loved Parent’s Choice, and my girls did very well with it..

3 Taryn October 19, 2010 at 2:24 pm

In the hospital my son was on Similac….when I left the hospital the only formula that I have bought and fed him is Parents Choice Advance. I love it!…it is half the price of the name brands and all the ingredients are the same with just a smidge difference. I would recommend this formula to anyone out there!!

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