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 Nikki’s story on using Kabrita with her cow milk sensitive daughter.
Camreigh was uncomfortable and had many tummy troubles due to cow milk sensitivity. She had chronic diarrhea with green mucus. At first, I was told that it might be a reaction to iron. I found Kabrita when I was searching online for a better formula for babies with cow milk sensitivity.
I chose to start formula feeding after my supply started running low. I wanted a safe, pure option to supplement. After struggling with cow-milk based formula and using formulas that gears towards sensitive babies, I didn’t see any improvement. After researching, I found that goat’s milk formula may be a solution and stumbled upon Kabrita.
At first, I was mixing Kabrita with the sensitive formula, and she did okay. As soon as we switched to using Kabrita exclusively, the difference was like night and day. She was much happier, and her chronic diarrhea improved. It took about a week to transition overall.
Not necessarily taste, but I had heard that goat milk was a gentler, healthier option, but had not looked into it. I thought Kabrita smelled terrific compared to some of the sensitive formulas I was using before.
Kabrita non-GMO Goat Milk Formula is designed to maintain the natural comfort of little ones during feeding transitions, such as weaning, supplementing or changing formulas due to skin or tummy troubles*.
Are you curious to see if Kabrita Goat Milk Formula may be right for your family? Check out our free trial kit today!
*Not suitable for cow milk protein allergy
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