Formulas 2, 3, Or 4: Is It Worth It To Stick Strictly To The Transition From Less To More

Formulas 2, 3, Or 4: Is It Worth It To Stick Strictly To The Transition From Less To More
Formulas 2, 3, Or 4: Is It Worth It To Stick Strictly To The Transition From Less To More

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There is a different infant formula for every age. Is it worth it to adhere so strictly to the transition from less to more and for what we pay more. I want to share my personal opinion on the example of our mixture, and you can check yours.

Formulas 2, 3 or 4: is it worth it to stick strictly to the transition from less to more
Formulas 2, 3 or 4: is it worth it to stick strictly to the transition from less to more

Someone else during pregnancy determines how he will feed the baby, while for someone everything changes by itself. Undoubtedly, breast milk is the best for a baby, but there are different reasons, one way or another, you have to make a choice in the direction of the formula. Sometimes it is easy to choose a mixture - I read the composition, liked it, chose it. Sometimes something doesn't suit the child, you consult with the doctors, change mixture after mixture and, finally, settle on one that you could pick up.

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The baby grows, and gradually it is necessary to switch from infant formula 1 (from 0 to 6 months) to 2 (from 6 to 12 months), and then to 3 (from 12 to 18 months) and 4, respectively. Many mixtures have this scale, but there are exceptions. So, if we compare the composition of the mixture in terms of the content of vitamins, minerals and nutrients, then in the top three, there are more vitamins than in the two, but in the four there are no differences from the three.

Yes, a child should receive all the necessary substances relative to his age, but it is not clear why manufacturers put the price for 3 and 4 higher than 2. Indeed, according to the norms, it is believed that the calorie content should decrease with age, but it turns out that the child does not have enough and then, as in our case, he eats more, and we all night. There is only one conclusion: the lower the production costs, the higher the price, which means that the producers simply earn on us. And this is purely my conclusion - the impression is that quality control ends at 2 and then only on the conscience of the manufacturer. For example, our mixture, which only metamorphoses happened to it - it smelled like fish, had a bitter taste and reasons unknown to me why the child simply did not drink it (the shelf life was met). Having changed several manufacturing firms, 3 to 4 and back, they still returned to 2 of our firms. Yes, my child is almost 2 years old, he drinks a mixture of two, this is only twice before going to bed at night and early in the morning and he likes it, but I like that my child is full and sleeps peacefully.

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Accordingly, after weighing all the pros and cons, I came to the conclusion that at the age when 3 or 4 is needed, the child receives all the missing vitamins and minerals from a balanced diet. So why pay more for something where the price is unreasonably high.

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