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.
Every mom’s feeding experience is as unique as her baby. While the journey may be easy for some, others may struggle with many issues. Real Mom Story is a series on our blog where we ask real moms to share their feeding stories. Being a mom can be difficult at times for anyone. Whether you’re expecting or already have little one, we hope these stories can offer you insight on what worked (or didn’t work) for moms just like you. Today, we will be sharing Carmen’s story on using Kabrita with a picky toddler.
We’re disappointed to share the news that we’ve decided to discontinue our Goat Milk Yogurt and Fruit Pouches temporarily. We love having an on-the-go, healthy pouch and know that our Kabrita parents do too. We’re already on the lookout for a more environmentally friendly option and hope to have something new to share with you next year. In the meantime, we’ve asked the Moms of Kabrita USA to share some of their favorite homemade baby food purees and smoothie recipes using Kabrita Goat Milk Formula as a nutrient booster.
Kabrita is proud to be the only formula sold in the USA that is certified Glyphosate free. We know how precious (and sensitive) little tummies can be, which is why we strive to ensure we deliver the very best formula to your family.
From temper tantrums to negotiating food at the dinner table with your toddler, all parents have experience with a picky eater! Here are some tips by Nutritionist Peggy K to help ease the frustration, and to ensure that your picky eater is getting the proper nutrition he or she needs!
No parent likes to see their little one suffer with uncomfortable tummy symptoms. But, before you reach for the Miralax, try our top three, Mom-approved techniques to help bring your toddler constipation relief.
Learn more about three nutrients your picky-eating toddler may be missing, how to boost their intake and top foods for picky toddlers.
As the basic building blocks for muscles and a full list of other functions, protein is a powerful player in children’s health. Here are 3 tips to make sure even picky eaters get what they need throughout the day
Toddler Nutrition 101: Why toddlers naturally reject vegetables (and how we can help them love ’em again!)
Several times a week in my pediatric naturopathic practice, I see the same old struggle between parents and their toddlers with regards to eating vegetables. Parents will say, “My child used to eat everything I gave her as a baby. She loved vegetables, and now all she wants are carbs and sugary foods!” I’ve seen them try every possible trick in the book to incorporate more vegetables into their child’s diet – from hiding minute traces of them in pasta sauce, to pureeing them into a fruit smoothie, even the reward approach (“I’ll give you a cookie for dessert if you eat your Brussels sprouts”) and yet the toddler still rejects veggies. So what gives?
If you have a toddler in the house, chances are, you have first-hand experience with picky eating. A quick Google search turns up nearly two million hits on combating the “problem”. But what if instead of seeing it as a problem, we took a step back, accepted it for the normal stage it is, and went from there.