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Similac® Alimentum®

For food allergies and colic due to protein sensitivity

Alimentum starts reducing excessive crying due to cow’s milk protein sensitivity, in most infants, within 24 hours.*

And now it’s available at your favorite retailer in a 19.8-oz VALUE SIZE, giving you over 60% more product. The VALUE SIZE makes 9 more 6-fl-oz bottles.

It’s good to know there’s a trusted, easy to digest formula for infants with food allergies and colic due to protein sensitivity.

Learn more about protein sensitivity and colic-related crying.

To purchase Similac Alimentum hypoallergenic formula, click on the Buy Now button above for retailers near you.

* Based on a clinical study with Similac Alimentum Ready to Feed without DHA and ARA in a small group of infants experiencing colic symptoms due to cow’s milk protein sensitivity. Data on File, Study AC84, August 2004. Abbott Nutrition. Columbus, Ohio.
63.6% more product as compared to 12.1-oz powder.
As compared to Alimentum 12.1-oz powder.

Similac Alimentum Hypoallergenic formula

Available In:

Similac Alimentum Hypoallergenic formula 1.24-lb Powder

Similac Alimentum Hypoallergenic formula 12.1-oz Powder

Similac Expert Care Alimentum Hypoallergenic formula 32oz bottle for babies 1-qt Ready to Feed

For food allergies and colic due to protein sensitivity

Nutrition Information

12.1-oz Powder

Serving size: 100 Cal (prepared as directed)

Amount per serving

  • Calories:

    100

  • Volume, mL:

    148

  • Protein Equivalent, g:

    2.75

  • Fat, g:

    5.54

  • Carbohydrate, g:

    10.2

  • Water, g:

    133

  • Linoleic Acid, mg:

    800

  • Potential Renal Solute Load, mOsm:

    25.3

Vitamins & Minerals

Similac Alimentum
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works, but at a cost! My infant had a lot of gas and after cycling a few different formula types and brands, this was the first one that allowed him to have relief. It's definitely more expensive than the other ones out there but since this is the only one that has worked, it's gonna be what is has to be.
Date published: 2018-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Definitely good for babies with sensitive tummies My baby boy had his milk changed twice at 6 weeks. The. Third time the doctor told us to switch to alimentum, after drinking alimentum for a couple of days I noticed the difference. However, this milk is extremely expensive and is breaking my pockets. My little one does about a can a week. Smh
Date published: 2018-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product We have used this product since our baby started having tummy issues and was losing weight, our pediatrician recommended starting her on Alimentum and it only took a day for us to see a huge difference. Our baby is much happier and hardly any spit up. Will recommend to moms having trouble finding a good formula for their babies. The Alimentum is a little expensive but worth every penny.
Date published: 2018-01-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from RTF WAY better than powder RTF changed my little boys feeding times from spitting up and vomiting to peacefully sleeping afterwards. The powder however not only smells terrible, but after he refused it several times over several days I tasted it and it also tasted nothing like the RTF. When he finally was so tired he took a bottle of it, he immediately vomited it up afterwards. Very distressing since it’s supposed to be the same thing. We will stick with the RTF however WIC does not cover it so the financial burden is great. It’s worth it for my baby to feel better. Not sure what’s wrong with the powder version but I don’t recommend giving it to your little ones.
Date published: 2018-01-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Helped my baby girl My baby girl was born early by almost a month and they had her on Similac pro sensitive it hurt her belly and then they switched to gerber which was terrible. She would scream out in pain with her belly and my doctor suggested that we try Similac alimentum. So the gave about three sample cans. It helped her big time. No more fussy baby no spit up her acid is reduced big time.. if only it wasn't super expensive. So whats the difference between expert care alimentum and just regular can of alimentum the scoops has changed?
Date published: 2018-01-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from RTF works much better My LO had to be put on alimentum after a month of breast feeding due to cows milk allergy. We were doing fine for about a month, but then he started screaming, cramping, bringing his legs to his tummy and waking up screaming. I looked at the ingredients in the ready to feed, and it is the ONLY ready to feed that doesn't have corn in it, so I tried that. Literally a whole new baby within 2 days. Only downfall is it's going to cost about 350 dollars a month to feed him which is insane.. I just wish similac could make it more affordable..
Date published: 2018-01-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked for us My child has terrible reflux-would scream with each bottle and for an hour afterwards. He would also spit up several times after each feeding. We had an upper GI done and the pediatrician suggested we switch to this formula along with medication to help. The formula has definitely helped decrease irritability and spitting up, but it is very expensive and difficult for us to afford. We may have to look at another option, but I'm reluctant due to the fact it is helping so much. Are there any programs to help with cost?
Date published: 2018-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great, but expensive We have tried several different formulas to help our little girl with her milk sensitivities. The only one we have finally got to work is the Alimentum RTF. She spits up less and doesn't scream after feedings. The only thing I HATE is the price! Over $10 a day for one bottle is really expensive and is putting a hardship on us, but I don't know a cheaper option for her that will work. If only there were more coupons or something to help! I don't understand why formula for a baby has to be so expensive.
Date published: 2018-01-03
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