Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Wiser On Formula

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of PBM Products. All opinions are 100% mine.

I am pretty sure by now you already know that I have a strong stand pro breastfeeding. All my three boys are breastfed until they turn one or until that I am pregnant again (usually as they turn one). Benefits of breastfeeding are endless but if you are more on the money side, breastfeeding is the most practical. It can save you a lot of money. In my case for example, if I mixed feed my kids, 50% breastfeeding and 50% on baby formula for 12 months, that would be more or less $1000 in a year! Just imagine if you feed your kid purely on formula. See how much I was able to save bu purely breastfeeding my kids. And the truth about it is there is no formula that can replace the content of breast milk.

In the US, a federal agency (WIC) provides food, nutrition counseling and access to health services to low- income women, infants and children. Now they encourage breastfeeding and now allocates the funds intended to formula to other things. It means that if you chose not to breastfeed, you are to buy your own baby formula. And since there are moms who just can;t breastfeed, the next thing to do is to look for a cheaper alternative. Look for a store brand formula to save more.

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