In infancy, many babies are tormented by functional disorders of the digestive tract, such as constipation, colic, and dysbiosis. In these cases, some pediatricians recommend that young mothers introduce fermented milk mixture into the child's diet.
It is necessary
- Prosthetic feeding bottle
- Fermented milk mixture "Agusha"
Take the Agusha fermented milk mixture from the refrigerator and heat it to a temperature of 36-37 degrees, ie. to the temperature of breast milk. To assess the temperature of the mixture, put a few drops on the inside of your elbow or wrist. You shouldn't feel a burning sensation, your skin should be comfortable.
Pour 10 ml of Agusha fermented milk into a sterilized feeding bottle. On the first day of supplementation, it is better to give the new formula in the morning or afternoon feeding.
Feed your child "Agusha", and then feed the child with a pre-prepared conventional adapted milk formula from another bottle. Be sure to take a 20 minute break between meals.
Feed your baby the rest of the feedings with the "familiar" formula. Remember that if you immediately feed the baby with new food in full, the baby may experience allergic reactions, vomiting or diarrhea.
On the second day of introducing complementary foods, open a new bag of fermented milk mixture. Pour 20 ml of warmed Agusha fermented milk into a sterilized feeding bottle.
Feed your baby a fresh mix of the given amount in the morning and afternoon feeds. After a 20 minute break after each of these meals, feed your baby with regular breast milk substitute to the appropriate age for the baby.
Increase the volume of the injected mixture "Agusha" to 60 ml on the third day according to the same scheme. Thus, it turns out that in two feedings the child will receive 50% of the fermented milk mixture from the usual rate per feeding. On the third day, also use a new sachet of the mixture.
Completely replace any two meals with fermented milk on the fourth day. Do not forget to sterilize the bottle, and discard the mixture that the child has not eaten. Remember that the amount of fermented milk "Agusha" should not exceed half of the daily amount of food received by the child.