Formula Feeding Blog

Formula Feeding & The WIC Program

I have a love-hate relationship with the WIC (stands for Women, Infants and Children’s) nutrition program in the United States. On one hand, we are so incredibly lucky to have it. For those readers outside the U.S., the WIC program is a federal assistance program of...

Disaster Preparedness and Formula Feeding

When it comes to disaster preparedness and formula feeding – you’re on your own, guys and gals. Thanks to entrenched institutional lactivism, which is built upon zero logic but has successfully infiltrated local health departments and other emergency relief...

When Do You Stop Formula Feeding?

Your baby’s formula is her most important source of nutrition during the first year of life. That’s because formula’s composition closely mimics that of breast milk and thus contains all of the essential vitamins, proteins, fats, and carbohydrates she needs to...

Introducing Solids To A Formula Fed Baby

Introducing solids is an exciting time in a baby’s – and caregiver’s – life! Up until this point, your baby has been completely sustained by the vital components in formula (go, science!), but you’re thinking that times are ready to change. How to Recognize It’s Time...

Spotting a Formula Allergy vs Intolerance

A formula intolerance and a formula allergy are two very different things. Not only are they accompanied by a different set of symptoms, but the best course of action for managing them is often different as well. We see a moderate number of intolerances at the...