All formulas vary in taste so it can take time to comfortably transition to a new brand. A slow and gradual change between formula is recommended to help your baby adjust to the new taste and smell and avoid refusal or change to feeding routine.
Muma’s and Papa’s, here are some helpful tips on preparing a bottle of formula. Whilst an easy process, mixing your first bottle at 10pm can be a little overwhelming. Powdered Formula is not a sterile product therefore preparing and storing your formula correctly helps reduce the risk of infection and illness.
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If you are able, breastfeeding provides the optimal balance of nutrition for your baby. A healthy diet is important during pregnancy and while breastfeeding. If you make the decision not to breastfeed, we recommend you seek advice from your GP or health professional. Should you need an alternative form of nourishment to breastmilk, we recommend considering the social and financial implications. Introducing formula feeding can impact your breastmilk supply and is difficult to re-establish. Should you decide to use a breastmilk alternative, please take care to use the formula as directed.
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