Question: Which formula milk is good for baby's health and brain development
Answer: Hello new Mommy Breastmilk is the most nutritional food for newborns, but breastfeeding is not possible for all moms. Instead of cow’s milk or goat’s milk, infant formula is the only other milk product which the medical community considers nutritionally acceptable for infants under the age of one year. Formula milk is the second best alternative for babies to complete their nutrition needs. NAN Pro contains B.lactis probiotics culture which helps to increase the number of bifidobacteria in the gut flora of infants. Probiotics really do great for the colic. Colic is a very common problem in the infants which irritates them and as a result, baby keeps crying all day. The presence of probiotics helps fighting with colic problems and in a way gives a happy baby. Enfamil A+ It contains clinically recommended levels of Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and Arachidonic acid (ARA), which are needed for the baby’s brain development. It also contains dietary fibers with whey proteins. Nestle LACTOGEN 1 is a spray-dried formula for feeding infants up to the age of six months. It contains ingredients like maltodextrin, milk solids, demineralized whey, soybean oil, corn oil, minerals, soy lecithin, Vitamins, taurine, and L-Carnitine. Nestle LACTOGEN 2 and Nestle LACTOGEN 3 are also spray dried follow up formula designed for healthy infants as the liquid part of the diet during and after weaning. It contains maltodextrin which is easy to digest and nutrients that support growth & brain development. Infant almost triples their weight by 1st year of life. It contains all that an infant needs i.e. nutrients like protein, minerals, and vitamins that are essential for growth & development.