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Let’s talk about baby formula, but not just any formula! European baby formula has been trending in the U.S. for quite some time now, but it raises the question to new and expectant mothers of what this type of mix includes that others, including natural breast milk, may not. Nowadays, we seem to have endless
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Knowing how much your baby should be eating is the key to a happy and healthy baby. In this case, strive for just enough and not extremes of too much or too little. While babies can certainly tell you when they are hungry, it is important to know how much formula to prepare when formula
Making the decision to feed with formula is often not an easy decision to arrive at. A common question many people wonder is if formula fed babies really do sleep longer, and, although this may seem to warrant a simple answer, perhaps you may appreciate a bit of context. This article hopes to bring some
With the advancements made in farming and food production, many people are making what they perceive to be healthier choices. When it comes to infant formula, non-organic or conventional was the standard but now there are many products that are organically made. Organic formula, like other non-GMO and organic products, is often touted as a
What is the REAL difference between European Infant Formula and US Infant Formula? A Regulatory Expert and Scientist Breaks It Down
by Christina Berberich, Head of Regulatory Affairs at bobbie and Milk Drunk Contributor The European Union is a political and economic union made up of 27 member states. In 2015, the EU updated its infant formula regulations, but they only came to effect this year. They have several key differences compared to the US infant
by Lisa Yadao, Milk Drunk Contributor I am a planner. I love the structure and predictability (and even the flexibility) that planning my days allows for. I feel productive when I can check the boxes off my daily to-do lists. Weekly planning helps me not feel overwhelmed. I am a creative producer, a problem solver,
by Karen Gill, Milk Drunk Contributor Many mothers experience shame and stigma for how they feed their infants, feeling pressure to do things a certain way, which can affect well being. Stigma is a set of negative and unfair beliefs that a group holds; a social phenomenon rooted in social relationships and shaped by the
by Karen Gill, Milk Drunk Contributor I’ve always believed breast is best and I was determined to breastfeed our twins. I watched YouTube videos, read the books, and talked to people about it. Nothing prepared me for how our feeding journey unfolded. At 29 weeks my waters broke in my office, I rushed to the
By Karen Gill, Milk Drunk Contributor and mom of three I emigrated from Ireland, to the USA a few years ago. We combination (breastmilk & formula) fed our twins in Ireland. When I gave birth to our little American baby, I was very interested in how the formulas we fed our babies in Europe and
by Dr. Jacqueline Winkelmann, a board-certified pediatrician who has been on staff at CHOC Children’s and CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital in Orange County, California since 2001, where she has held many leadership positions, most recently as Chief-of-Staff and Member of the Board of Directors. Congratulations! Your bundle of joy is finally here! You’ve prepared
The breakdown from a Food Scientist by Viji Ganesh, Food Scientist and Researcher and mom to one baby Parenting involves a lot of decision-making; one of them being what to feed your baby.. During the first year as a parent, there are countless occasions for a mom to ponder why and when she should choose
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Corn Syrup vs. Lactose; Let’s get down to business. by Tiffani Ghere, Registered Dietician, Board Certified Specialist in Pediatric Nutrition, certified lactation educator and mother to three boys. “What’s the best formula for my baby?” It’s the question on every new parent’s lips, especially if you’re feeling guilty about even considering formula. Since sugars are