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Good Start Difference

Good Start Difference – the first formula you feed your baby may make a difference.

Good Start Difference

Discover the five reasons why Nestle® Good Start® should be your first choice of infant formula:

Reason 1 – Easy to Digest*

Smaller proteins for small tummies. NESTLÉ GOOD START** has, on average, proteins that are 10x smaller than routine intact cow's milk formula. Designed for your little one, our unique process breaks down the whey proteins into smaller pieces.

Reason 2 – Allergy Risk Reduction

A baby's only reaction should be a happy one. Breastfeeding provides the first protective benefits for babies, and is an ideal way to reduce the risk of your baby developing atopic dermatitis, a common type of allergic reaction.

If you choose to supplement or exclusively formula feed, you can help reduce the possibility of developing an allergic reaction due to whole cow's milk protein¥ by choosing NESTLÉ GOOD START.

Supported by Health Canada and backed by 20 years of unmatched allergy research, medical experts routinely recommend NESTLÉ GOOD START.

Reason 3 – the first formula with a probiotic

Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that contribute to the natural protection in breastfed babies. That's why we added probiotic B. lactis to NESTLÉ GOOD START. We were the first formula to contain a probiotic, because babies deserve our best.

Reason 4 – DHA & ARA to support normal physical brain & eye development.

Your baby's brain nearly doubles in size in the first year of life. NESTLÉ GOOD START contains recommended levels of DHA and ARA (Omega 3&6), which help support your baby's normal physical brain and eye development.

Reason 5 – Easy-to-use packaging

  • Two convenient scoop storage options
  • Built-in grip for one-handed use
  • Clear, easy-to-understand label

* All infant formulas are designed to be easy to digest.

** Excluding NESTLÉ GOOD START Alsoy® formulas.

¥ NESTLÉ GOOD START with 100% whey protein that has been partially hydrolyzed does not contain whole milk protein and therefore may reduce the possibility of an allergic reaction due to these proteins. Not to be used for the treatment of cow's milk protein allergy. All sources of whole milk proteins should be avoided.

Bifidobacterium lactis (B. lactis) contributes to baby’s healthy digestive tract flora.