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Liquid formulas are a thing. When we think of baby formula, most of us imagine those tins with the ring pull opener and the white powdered milk inside. Right? It was only a matter of time before someone figured out you could add the water before you sell it...
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While breastfeeding is the recommended approach to infant feeding, some mothers may not be able to breastfeed. Others may find themselves moving on from breastfeeding to infant formula. If a baby isn’t breastfed, or is partially breastfed, commercial infant formula should be the only other food given until around six...
spoon with baby formula and bottle for formula feeding
While “breast is best”, there are times when a mommy cannot breastfeed her little one for various reasons. When you have to turn to formula feeding, how can you make sure to optimise the health of your formula-fed infant and what should you generally know about formula feeding? It is very...
bottled water to be mixed with infant formula
One of the reasons why formula feeding is not encouraged is due to the high rate of sickness due to incorrectly mixed formula, the use of unsterile water and non-sterilised bottles, which can result in harmful bacteria. At times I have thought about trying to eradicate the issue of using...
infant formula with spoon
Have you ever taken a moment to consider how infant formula is made and the quality control involved? Is there more to it than mixing powder with cooled, boiled water? Although quite technical and not nearly as exciting as seeing how chocolate is made, the following clip offers a really...
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We all hear that breast is best, but often digestive problems such as reflux or regurgitation sneak in during the transition phase from breastfeeding to bottle feeding. Are you concerned that your baby may not be keeping enough milk down after feeds? Many babies have feeding issues of some sort...
baby with colic crying
Would you believe that around 40% of infants aged from two weeks to three months are affected by colic? Even though infants who suffer from colic experience symptoms for only a few months, it still causes high levels of anxiety and stress for parents and the family. Since the condition...
baby formula history of formula
Whether because of personal choice or necessity, there are many reasons a mother may choose to formula-feed her baby – but have you ever thought about how it started getting made in the first place? For centuries, parents have needed access to alternatives to breastfeeding, often in cases where the mother...
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