For a variety of reasons, many Moms feed their growing babies formula. If you're one of those Moms, here's why you may consider switching to a next stage formula like Enfamil A+® 2.
My baby is 6 months old. What are benefits of Enfamil A+ 2?
Enfamil A+ 2 has more calcium and protein than Enfamil A+®, and age-appropriate levels of iron to support your growing baby. And like Enfamil A+ it contains DHA, a type of Omega-3 fat and a brain-nourishing nutrient. It also contains galactooligosaccharides (GOS) and polydextrose, two dietary fibres.
How much formula should my baby drink?
Your baby’s appetite is always the best guide, but here are some averages for feeding your baby formula.
6-7 months
4-5
16-35 ounces (470-1030 mL)
8 months
4-5
17-37 ounces (500-1090 mL)
11 months
3-4
11-33 ounces (330-980 mL)
12 months
9-10 months
3-4
10-31 ounces (300-920 mL)
2-3
16-21 ounces (470-620 mL)
Age
Bottles per day
Approximate amount of formula per day
At 6 months, a lot has changed
What about her formula?
You can trust Enfamil® staged nutrition with DHA and other nutrients to help.
DHA (a type of Omega-3 fat) is an important building block of your growing baby’s brain.
Nourish your baby’s development at every stage
Enfamil A+®
With more calcium, protein and age appropriate levels of iron to nourish her growing brain and body.
Enfamil A+® 2
Enfagrow® A+®
Nutritional supplement not intended for infants under 12 months.
For toddlers 12–36 months.
A great place to start
The next step for your growing baby at 6 months
Every day toddler nutritional drink
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How do I switch from Enfamil A+ to Enfamil A+ 2?
Switching your baby to Enfamil A+ 2 is easier than you might think. You don’t have to introduce Enfamil A+ 2 gradually by either alternating or combining it with Enfamil A+ —you can switch over to Enfamil A+ 2 right away.

Make sure you give your baby enough time to try Enfamil A+ 2, usually 3 to 5 days. Some babies will adjust right away. Others may have slight changes in stool pattern, gas, and/or spitting up until they become accustomed to the new formula. If you have questions or concerns, check with your baby’s doctor.