Our goal is never to replace human milk, but to model the best evidence we have for infants needing nutrition
Mead Johnson believes that good nutrition early in life supports lifelong health; that’s why we’ve established the Mead Johnson Pediatric Institute—to advance and apply science that helps every child reach their full potential.
Recent clinical study has shown that we can help infants with cow’s milk allergy (CMA) develop fewer future allergies*
Babies living with CMA today have a greater likelihood of experiencing other allergies tomorrow. Early detection and management that supports gut health can help to reduce the incidence of other allergies as they grow.
Take a closer look at our CMA research.
*Published study showing fewer incidences of asthma, rhinoconjunctivitis, urticaria, and eczema at 3 years in infants with CMA compared to Nutramigen without LGG. Feeding began at 4 months of age or older in the study.