Goat milk has always been a bit of a trade secret among parents Although many parents already know about the naturally easy to digest properties of goat milk, there are still many misconceptions about goat milk formula.
These little ones loved Kabrita from the first bottle, and mom loved the improvement she saw in eczema from the start. Our twin boys, Jackson and Wilder were born prematurely. Since I was unable to produce enough breast milk for both boys, I’ve supplemented my breastfeeding with formula since day 1. Right from the start, Jackson developed bad eczema, all over his body. His little skin was so red and raw.
No one likes seeing his or her child uncomfortable. But for families with children who have eczema, distressing, itchy rashes are all too common. Eczema in children may stem from a variety of factors, such as contact irritants, environmental allergens, and even certain foods (like cow milk). While it’s always key to address the root cause with your healthcare professional, here are our top five tips to reduce toddler eczema.
How goat milk formula helped soothe Logan’s eczema and finally let the whole family sleep through the night!
One mom’s story about how making the switch to goat milk formula helped with her little boy’s chronic ear infections, relieved his eczema symptoms and reduced congestion.
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.
Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a condition that causes uncomfortable, itchy rashes for many toddlers. Read on to learn more about this common skin condition, it’s causes, and solutions.
We asked our expert advisor Dr. Suzanne Bartolini, N.D. to shed some light on the signs and symptoms of eczema – and provide some natural solutions for this common ailment.
As a naturopath, I’m often asked if goat milk is appropriate for children with cow milk allergies. The short answer to that question is no – but before closing down the discussion, it’s important to explore another question. Are we talking about a medically confirmed cow milk protein allergy (CMPA), or is it cow milk sensitivity (CMS)?