Which infant formula is best for the newborn: selection rules, review of the best, selection of substitutes
The need for the introduction of ready-made mixtures in the diet of a newborn is dictated by objective reasons. Problems with lactation, diseases of the kidneys, lungs, anemia and heart problems, taking drugs limit the mother’s ability to provide the baby with breastfeeding.
Choosing the right mixture for a newborn is a responsible task, which is easier to perform, guided by proven tips and useful information.
What mixture is better to feed a newborn baby, and how much is the product from Russian and foreign manufacturers safe for the child’s body? Let’s understand!
Going to buy a finished product, a young mother should pay attention to the type of mixture, so as not to harm the baby.
When choosing a food for a child, it is important not to choose options that are obviously useless or harmful. All mixtures for newborns can be divided into 4 types:
MD. Mixture for newborns Millet Kozochka, created in Spain, helps to provide artificial feeding with the optimal intake of nutrients into the body. During cooking, it does not foam and dissolves easily.
Nanny. In the Russian market, mixtures from New Zealand are represented for more than 15 years and are characterized by a high affinity for the composition of human milk.
The manufacturer focuses on the ecological purity of raw materials: New Zealand goats feed on fresh grass, while European goats feed on grain. Similarly contains fats of sea fish.
The use of dry complementary foods of this group will avoid allergy manifestations, associated with the reception of cow's milk, as well as to prevent the occurrence of colic and complications in atopic dermatitis.
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