Ear infections can be common in children – and when they become chronic it affects the whole family. Read on to learn how certain foods may play a role in the reoccurrence of this painful condition and identify alternatives that can help.
Put a goat milk twist on candy cane hot cocoa for the holidays! Swapping traditional powdered milk with goat milk formula boosts nutrition and makes it a great treat for kids with cow milk sensitivity!
Goat milk formula allowed this cow milk-sensitive mom to supplement her breastfeeding with confidence when she returned to work full-time.
While the occasional bout of acute diarrhea is generally associated with a viral or bacterial infection and resolves quickly, chronic diarrhea is different. Read on to learn more about this common childhood symptom, its causes, and solutions.
Lactose intolerance is often blamed for tummy troubles in children who drink cow milk, but the truth is lactose intolerance is uncommon across all populations before 2 or 3 years of age. Read on for more about lactose – and what might really be causing the symptoms.
While the amount of formula you feed your baby will vary based on age, preparation instructions and mixing ratios do not change. In fact it’s important to follow the label instructions to ensure you meet your child’s nutritional requirements. Read on for how to mix your child’s ideal serving size.
For this doctor and mom, KABRITA Goat Milk formula has been a good solution for her eczema-prone son – and a solution she recommends for other families when it comes time to wean.
Iron is a critical micronutrient added to KABRITA Goat Milk Formula and it’s essential for growing toddlers. Read on to learn more about this ingredient.