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CAN INFANT FORMULA BE FROZEN?
No. Infant formula should not be frozen either before or after mixing. Prolonged exposure to temperatures below 0°C could affect the physical consistency of the product. In other words, freezing formula may cause it to become grainy or cause the fat to separate.
MY BABY DOES NOT DRINK THE SAME AMOUNT OF MILK AT EACH MEAL. WHAT SHOULD I DO?
You should never force a baby to finish his serving, even if it is not empty. It is normal for your child’s appetite to vary, and it is important to watch for signs of fullness, so that he does not overeat.
HOW ARE ANSBABY FORMULAS DIFFERENT FROM THE REST?
ANSBABY was developed to closely match your child's changing nutritional needs and allows for further segmentation compared to other formulas.
I SEE FORMULAS ON THE MARKET THAT CONTAIN INGREDIENTS CALLED DHA AND ARA. WHAT ARE THESE SUBSTANCES?
DHA is docosahexaenoic acid and ARA is arachidonic acid. Both are long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids. The body can make DHA and ARA from certain other dietary fatty acids, which are found in plant oils and other sources; however, DHA and ARA are also consumed directly in the diet. Source: FDA/CFSAN Office of Nutritional Products, Labeling and Dietary Supplements July 2002.
CAN I MICROWAVE BABY FORMULA?
No. Microwaving can cause uneven heating of the formula. This can result in “hot spots” that could burn your baby.
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