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Breastfeeding is the best option for your infant, no matter how you do it, feeding a baby is hard work.
If you’re using formula, there are the added challenges of figuring out long lists of ingredients and distinguishing among the dozens of brands and types.
More so, formulas can differ drastically in cost, which can create more confusion, not to mention worry. From our long literature researches, we learned that all FDA-approved formulas made for healthy, full-term infants are safe and nutritionally adequate for normal growth and development from birth through the first year.
How to Differentiate Between Formula Milk
Experts say most babies do well on formula with lactose (the same sugar in human milk) as the sole carbohydrate.
Protein in formula can be either intact or partially or fully broken down, which may be easier for some babies to digest.
All baby formulas must meet the same basic nutritional requirements. Some include extra nutrients like DHA, ARA, and prebiotics.
Generic formulas are as nutritious as brand-name options and often significantly less expensive.
What’s in baby formula?
Carbohydrates and fats
Lactose is the carbohydrate occurring naturally in all mammalian milk, and it is the most abundant component of human milk. Some formulas marketed as “sensitive” have reduced lactose or are lactose-free and instead use corn syrup, sucrose, or other sugars. Wholesale Best Baby Formula at FMCG Trade Center
Aside from carbohydrates and fats, milk formulas contain different forms of milk proteins:
- Intact: The milk proteins have not been broken down. Baby formulas with intact proteins, often called “traditional” formulas, are the most commonly used.
- Partially hydrolyzed: The milk proteins have been partly broken down, which makes them closer to the size of the proteins in human milk.
- A2: In 2020, Enfamil, Gerber, and Similac released formulas featuring A2 milk. A1 and A2 refer to the type of beta-casein (a protein) found in milk. Human milk contains A2 beta-casein. Most cow’s milk contains predominantly A1 beta-casein.
Toddler Formula We Sell in Bulk
Your pediatrician may recommend toddler Best Baby Formula for any of the following reasons…
- A kidney condition, that makes your child unable to digest cow’s milk
- Iron deficiency anemia
- Developmental delays
- A child that is malnourished
- Growth concerns
But remember, do not start toddler formula without the recommendation of your pediatrician.