Many parents wonder why they must use infant formula instead of just feeding their babies with regular cow’s milk.
Why Feed Babies Infant Formula And Not Just Cow Milk?
Infant formula is aimed at supporting baby’s nutrition needs at times when mom’s milk is not available. But many parents wonder why they must use infant formula instead of just giving their babies regular cow’s milk.
The answer is simple: Young children cannot digest cow’s milk as easily as they digest infant formula.
A Child’s digestive system is not mature enough. Cow’s milk contains high concentrations of protein and minerals and lacks the proper amounts of iron, vitamin C, and other nutrients that infants need.
Besides that, cow’s milk does not contain the healthiest types of fat for growing babies.
All these differences between infant formula and cow’s milk could make babies get ill. For these reasons, your baby should not receive any cow’s milk for the first months of life.
Danalac is available three stages, properly designed for each stage of a healthy and happy growing, from newborn until three years.
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