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If you find your baby exhibits these types of reactions to milk-based formula, seek the advice from your health-care professional to switch your baby to a soy formula. Following are the most recommended soy-based formulas available for babies. Suggested brands are Earth’s Best, Similac, Good Start and Enfamil. Some of them–Earth’s Best and Baby’s Only–are best organic soy formulas, which suit for us who are in organic way. Strict on organics, see Organic Soy.


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Baby's Only Soy Formula

Baby’s Only Organic Soy

Baby’s Only is well-known among organic conscious for high quality ingredients–with no corn syrup and no hexane. The packaging labels for toddlers (12 months up) as Baby’s Only strongly supports for breastfeeding. The nutrition value are the same as other normal infant formulas–outstanding for vitamin D which pretty high. We love that this formula contains brown rice syrup instead of corn syrup. It doesn’t containsDHA which is extracted by using hexane, a neurotoxinin like others, as well as no BPA in their packages. Overall, this is the most organic formula manufacturer on the market.

  • Specified: Organic ProductsOrganics
  • Type: Powder
  • Age: Toddler: 12 months and up
Similac Sensitive Isomil

Similac Soy Isomil, On-the-Go

Non-milk, Kosher Certified, complete nutrients with DHA & ARA and convenient–Similac Isomil does good job for lactose-intolerant babies. Undoubted for this leading brand’s quality, Similac is well-known among parents world-wide. This formula is suggested to help reduce bad symptoms of fussiness, gas, and spitting up. We especially recommend it to feeding on-the-go and good for have ones in your diaper bags while traveling–all you’ll need is only need a nipple.

  • Type: Ready-to-feed
  • Age: Infant: 0-12 months
Earth's Best Organic Soy

Earth’s Best Organic Soy

While doing good in normal milk-based formula, Earth’s Best offers great formula for baby who suffer form lactose intolerant and eczema. As Earth’s Best standards, we love the quality of ingredients–no GEIs, no harmful pesticides, chemical fertilizers, antibiotics as well as adding DHA & ARA. This is a good combination formula: non-milk, organic and affordable price. This is one of the most recommended non-milk formula on the market.

  • Specified: Organic ProductsOrganics
  • Type: Powder
  • Age: Infant: 0-12 months
Enfamil ProSobee

Enfamil ProSobee Lipil

ProSobee is developed for babies who are colicky, fussy, gassy or diarrhea from lactose sensitivity and milk allergies. It made with plant-based proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. Yet, the new formula is greater –more high proportion of necessary nutrients. It’s sucrose-free and add DHA & ARA and iron. What we love is this formula mix easily, pleasant smell taste good comparing to others. More, it costs quite less dollars than other big brands.

  • Type: Powder
  • Age: Infant: 0-12 months
Gerber Good Start 2 Soy PLUS
Gerber Good Start 2 Soy PLUS

GoodStart Plus 2 is praised for ‘comfort proteins’ formula which can break down into small pieces allow digest easily. This Soy Plus contains gentle 100%  whey protein–the highest quality protein used in standard formulas. Nestle develops ‘probiotic cultures’, formulating of antioxidant vitamins C & E, zinc and vitamin A to help boosting natural immune system, work close to breast milk. It’s best used for filling the nutrition gap or adding extra nutrition for toddlers.

  • Type: Powder
  • Age: Toddler: 9-24 months


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Who suits for Soy Milk?

About 25% of infant formulas sold in the US today are isolated soy protein-based formulas. According to AAP, soy formula is a great for:

  • alternative option for babies who have parents who are strict vegans,
  • Lactose intolerance which are those who absence of lactase (or low level) enzyme in the gastrointestinal tract,
  • babies who are diagnosed as congenital galactosemia, or unable to convert galactose into glucose.

Editor’s Note: The AAP warns that soy-based formulas are not recommended for premature infants because of increasing the chances an infant will develop osteopenia.