Enfamil Enfagrow Chocolate Powder Formula by Mead Johnson From the product description for this toddler formula: “Enfamil baby formula has undergone several significant changes since it was invented. Each change brings Enfamil baby formula nutritionally closer to breast milk…” I didn’t realize moms produced chocolate! This product appears to be aimed at parents of normal […]
Be careful when using powdered formulas, as there is always a risk of contamination since they are not sterile. Researchers find botulism-causing spores in US infant formula www.examiner.com In a newly published study, researchers in the U.S. have identified botulinum spores in multiple containers of commercial infant formula. Here are some guidelines for avoiding the […]
kellymom.com :: Partial Weaning & Combination Feeding www.kellymom.com Breastfeeding is not an all-or-nothing process. You can always keep one or more feedings per day and eliminate the rest. Many moms will continue to nurse only at night and/or first thing in the morning for many months after baby has weaned from all other nursings.
Do attitudes about formula explain breastfeeding disparity? http://blacktating.blogspot.com/ A new research study conducted at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center has found that black mothers’ attitudes about formula may explain disparate breastfeeding rates. According to the study, moms of all races (Black, White, Hispanic and Asian) are equally comfortable with the idea of breastfeeding…
Toronto Public Health – Breastfeeding www.toronto.ca Toronto Public Health (TPH) has released a report showing that Toronto birthing hospitals need to do more to support women to breastfeed, and in particular, to breastfeed exclusively up to six months after giving birth. A couple of stories about the report: New study on impact of free formula […]
A guide to infant formula for parents who are bottle feeding – Health Professional’s guide now available www.babyfriendly.org.uk The Baby Friendly Initiative has produced “A guide to infant formula for parents who are bottle feeding” which is designed to give parents information on deciding which infant formula to use, how to best feed their baby, […]
What are the Risks Associated with Formula Feeding? A Re-Analysis and Review www3.interscience.wiley.com Background: Most infant feeding studies present infant formula use as “standard” practice, supporting perceptions of formula feeding as normative and hindering translation of current research into counseling messages supportive of exclusive breastfeeding… The Risks of Not Breastfeeding for Mothers and Infants www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov […]
Tool Kit banthebags.org Moving formula marketing out of hospitals requires a culture change. Many doctors and nurses enjoy giving patients a “free gift,” and don’t appreciate the hidden costs associated with marketing strategies… How to report unethical promotion of formula, bottles and other breastmilk substitutes www.phdinparenting.com The continued marketing of formula, bottles, pacifiers, or complimentary […]
International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes. IBFAN (The International Baby Food Action Network) works to achieve universal implementation of the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes and subsequent, relevant Resolutions of the World Health Assembly and to encourage all appropriate parties to abide by them. If you ever have the chance to go […]
So useful! Protocols – The Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine (ABM) www.bfmed.org These protocols serve only as guidelines for the care of breastfeeding mothers and infants and do not delineate an exclusive course of treatment or serve as standards of medical care. Variations in treatment may be appropriate according to the needs of an individual patient.
Breast Is No Longer Best www.youtube.com The shocking news for most people is not that breast is no longer best, but that formula is not benign. The risks of formula break down into the product itself, the absence of breastfeeding, and the making of the formula. … Watch Your Language! by Diane Wiessinger (Wiessinger D. […]