What is lactose? Why do you add lactose to your goat formula?
Lactose is a natural sugar found in Goat milk and is naturally present in all mammals’ milks. It’s considered to be the ideal form of carbohydrate for babies. In fact, some countries actually require lactose to be >90% of the total carbohydrate content in baby formula. Australian food standards for infant formula very clearly define the nutritional content limits that all formula products must meet. Hence, in order to meet those requirements, we need to add the right ingredients in the right proportions to deliver on those nutritional targets.
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For mums who are able to, breastfeeding is best for babies. It delivers many benefits for both mum and baby. Breastmilk contains all the nutrients your growing bub needs to thrive, especially in the first 6 months of life, plus antibodies to help them fight infections.
It’s important for pregnant and breastfeeding mums to maintain good nutrition. Deciding to use a combination of breast and bottle-feeding for an extended period may reduce your own breast milk supply, and reversing your decision may be difficult.
When using infant formula, follow the feeding guide and preparation directions carefully. Improper use or incorrect preparation of infant formula can make your baby ill.
Consult your doctor or health care professional for advice prior to using the formula to feed your baby. You should also consider the social and financial implications before deciding to use infant formula.
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