Formula feeding is a healthy alternative for parents who are unable to breastfeed or who decide not to. It provides babies with the nutrients they need to grow and thrive.
When it comes to purchasing formula, you have many options. It can be purchased pre-mixed, powdered, or concentrated all of which are equally good for the baby.
Go through this ClipBook to read on for more scientific facts about formula feeding.
It is often said that breast is best. But bottle-fed babies are the best behaved. A study of British infants found those who were breast-fed cried more, smiled and laughed less and were harder to soothe and get off to sleep than their formula-fed...
You’ve probably heard parents say that formula helped their baby sleep better at night. Could this be true? Before you give a bottle, read this first.
A number of studies have revealed a link between rapid weight gain in infancy and a tendency towards obesity later in life. Furthermore, formula-fed children are known to grow faster during the first year of life than babies that are breastfed.
How is it that formula feeding increases the risk of overweight and obesity? Here are 4 possible ways.
According to researchers, the obsession with promoting breastfeeding could be putting babies health at risk as mothers are not being given enough information about how to bottle feed their children.
Breastfeeding is widely recognized as nature’s best source of nutrition for optimal growth and development of babies. According to a study, findings suggest that most babies will require a supplement regardless of how they're fed.