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03/22/2016
...Is your little one about to turn one? And are you wondering if you should keep the same formula or if it’s time to switch to a different one? If you have been an avid reader of our blog, you might have a hunch of what we are about to say. The answer isn’t simple and isn’t the same for everyone. Your transitioning path depends on what formula your child is using and the...
09/10/2015
...with helpful tips titled ‘A Guide to Transitioning to Neocate’ and ‘Feeding Tips for a Successful Transition’ on this page of helpful resources. The key strategy for many transitions is a process called ‘fading.’ Fading involves adding the new formula (Neocate) to the old one in increasing amounts over time. It’s important to talk to your LO’s healthcare team to see if they recommend fading, and if it might work for you. (Sometimes, especially if...
08/22/2013
...formula if she gets a small taste of what’s to come. Try putting a small amount of formula on her lips prior to offering the bottle. You can find some more transition tips in ‘A Guide to Transitioning to Neocate’ on this page, which includes tips from a Feeding Specialist. Do you have any ideas that have helped make for a successful transition from breastfeeding to Neocate? Please feel free to share them here. -Yasmin...
06/09/2016
...are liquid, or ready-to-drink. So convenient! And finally, some of our formula options have added prebiotic fiber to help support gut health. With all of those choices, especially all the tasty flavors, you’d think it would be easy to find the right formula, if not several that would work. Unfortunately, some children prefer a formula that’s mildly flavored and mildly sweetened. For them, especially some when transitioning from Neocate Infant DHA/ARA around their first birthday,...
03/26/2013
We often hear from parents looking for tips to transition their baby from a bottle to a cup. It can be a difficult process for any parent but it can be especially stressful for parents of children with multiple food allergies who depend on a special formula for a bulk of their nutritional needs. In today’s post, we’ll provide you with some tips and resources for making the big switch! According to the...
07/10/2008
...For infants and children with food allergies, transitioning to solid foods can be tricky. I recently helped write a transition guide to help parents through this sometimes-difficult task. Even though this transition might cause anxiety, it is an exciting and very important time in a child’s life. The guide, called Feeding Tips for a Successful Transition, is a great quick reference for parents when they are at this step in their little ones lives....
03/10/2009
Recently, I’ve received a lot of questions regarding the different types of hypoallergenic formulas that are out there. Often, babies with milk protein allergies will try several formulas before finding one that actually works. Here’s a run-down of formulas for you. Hydrolysate Formula: Nutramigen and Alimentum are hydrolysate formulas. Although these formulas are hypoallergenic, the protein in these formulas is only partially broken down. Therefore, allergic reactions can still occur when on this...
...It’s natural to have questions about how Neocate can help your child with cow milk allergy or other severe food allergies. There’s so much to know, and we’re here to help with what you want to know — from transitioning to Neocate, to answers to the most commonly asked questions, to supporting your child’s developmental milestones. Browse through informational parent guides, useful mixing instructions, FAQs and more....
   
 
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