Tools & Resources
As a pediatric healthcare professional, you support the nutritional and developmental needs of a wide range of
infants and children—and Gerber is here to help support you in your daily practice. Although not endorsed by the
American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the following Gerber® Start Healthy, Stay
Healthy™ tools and resources are consistent with AAP guidelines and include menu planners, well-baby
schedules, and other helpful resources that you can download and share with your patients.
Tools for your office
Nestlé Nutrition Institute (NNI) online continuing education program allows full-time access to past courses
and credits and automates the certificate and credit completion process for healthcare professionals.
Complimentary accredited continuing education programs for busy pediatric health professionals, including
physicians, registered nurses, nurse practitioners and registered dietitians.
Guides for medical professionals on preparations using GERBER® GOOD START® Gentle,
GERBER® GOOD START® Gentle for Supplementing, GERBER® GOOD
START® Premature 24, and GERBER® GOOD START® Soothe infant formulas,
including nutrient profiles of the standard and higher calorie concentration preparations.
A child’s nutrition journey begins at birth. These tools and primers on well-baby visits will help to ensure
that you play an active role in shaping that journey every step of the way—from infancy through 48 months.
In-depth articles explore some of the essential nutrients – Protein, Fat and Carbohydrates – as well as
an overview of Early Childhood Nutrition. Articles describe the role of these nutrients in the body; their action,
interaction, and balance in relation to health and disease; and common food sources.
Use this tool to identify which Gerber products may or may not contain gluten and the top food allergens (egg, fish,
milk, soy, wheat, peanuts, shellfish, tree nuts).
These informative, value-added resources can help you further educate parents on a wide range of topics, including
probiotics, allergy, nutrition, and more. They are presented as simple summaries to help you reinforce parent
communication. Each page can be customized with your practice’s contact information to give it a personal touch
and can be printed or e-mailed.
Formula Coverage Resources
The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) offers supplemental food and
formula, nutrition education, breastfeeding support, and referrals for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, or
postpartum women, infants, and children under 5 years of age to promote and support good health. Qualifying women and
children can receive vouchers toward formula and food, along with nutrition education for at-risk individuals.