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Re: [IP] Baby formula

Just a suggestion for you....when I was a baby in Europe, baby  
formula was not widely available.  My mother used to give me goat's  
milk.  Now that I have my own children, our son had a bad case of  
colic, and couldn't tolerate breast milk or ANY formula.  We gave him  
goat's milk until he outgrew the colic, then switched him to cow's  
milk (after 1st b-day).  It's kind of expensive, but it did the trick  
for us, and even his pediatrician had suggested it if nothing else  
was tolerable for him.  Good luck!
On Apr 16, 2008, at 9:48 AM, John S Wilkinson wrote:
> Substitute Formulas
> for Breast Milk
> Compiled by Dr. Thomas Stearns Lee, NMD
> http://tinyurl.com/5duhp6
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email @ redacted
> [mailto:email @ redacted] On Behalf Of Leppanen
> Sent: Tuesday, April 15, 2008 3:31 PM
> To: email @ redacted
> Subject: Re: [IP] Baby formula
>>> Are there formulas out there that are neither soy nor cow's milk  
>>> based?<<
>  There are sadly no other choice. I was given soy milk formula due  
> to a milk
> (cow milk) allergy that was found when I was just days old (and  
> they said I
> would grow out of it.. yeah, right, still allergic).
>  Not only was I, but ALL my neices and nephews were given soy based  
> formula,
> as
> was my sister (brother was given cow milk based and he is no a  
> diabetic, but
> his
> oldest son is.. he has 2 boys and 3 girls.. the youngest are  
> triplets, that
> just
> turned 1 yr.. 2 girls [identical] and a fraternal triplet boy)
> What are the "contriversal" issues subjected to soy formula?
>>> There is rice milk. Or have you asked about milk from a breast milk
> bank?<<
>  Rice milk is for those 1 yr or older. This person has a 4.5 month old
> infant,
> which needs formula, and there is no rice milk based formula.
>  Breast bank milk, that is not covered by insurance, and can cost  
> upwards of
> $300 per week (average pint of breast milk that has been banked for  
> others
> to
> use is $75.. could be less, could be more, depending on location,  
> and then
> economic.. they will charge what they want, if they know they can  
> get it..
> just
> like diabetes supplies, ect).
> --
> R. Leppanen
> --
> .
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