CHOOSE MILK FORMULA FOR YOUR BABY

Are you a mommy looking for a formula feed for your baby? Are you confused about which baby formula is best to choose? If these questions are bothering you, then you should read our post on best formula milk for babies.

If you want to choose the best formula milk for your baby, then first you should be aware of its different forms. Baby formulas come in three forms- Ready-to-use, powdered and liquid concentrate.

Before choosing get a thorough discussion with your Pediatrician and choose from the following : formulaneeds2

1. Ready-To-Use Formula:

The Ready to use baby formula is the most convenient. It does not require mixing or measuring. You just have to open and serve. Most hospitals serve ready to use formulas to newborns. It is safe and hygienic and is helpful when you are worried about the water safety. Ready to use formulas have a short shelf life.

2. Powdered Formula:

Powdered baby formula is the most economical and environmentally friendly baby formula. It will take the least amount of space in your pantry than all the three formulas. However, powdered formulas take more time to prepare than other formulas. And you need to follow the instructions well.

3. Liquid Concentrate:

The Liquid Concentrate formula requires mixing equal parts of formula and water. Make sure you read the instructions carefully. If you compare ready to formula, the liquid concentrate is cheaper and takes up less storage space. But if you compare it to powdered formula, then it is expensive.

Different Types Of  Formula Milk For Babies:

There are different types of formula to suit every baby’s needs. Some include:

1. Cow’s Milk Based Formula:

Most of the baby formulas have cow milk as its main ingredient. The manufacturers alter the protein of the milk to make it easier for children to digest.

2. Soy-Based Formula:

In soy-based formulas, the brand modifies the plant protein to ease its digestion. The doctor will recommend soy-based formulas if you are a vegan, or your child faces difficulty in digesting cow based milk formula.

3. Lactose-Free Formula:

Lactose intolerance, commonly put as the inability to digest lactose, is a rare condition in babies. But if detected, the pediatrician will recommend a formula that has corn syrup instead of lactose.

4. Extensively Hydrolyzed Formula:

In the formula, the brand breaks down the protein into smaller parts to make it easy for babies to digest. The doctors recommend this type of formula for babies who face difficulty absorbing nutrients or babies with multiple allergies.

5. Metabolic Formula:

If your baby is ill and requires specific nutrition, then the doctor may recommend metabolic formula.

 

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