Overcoming Children Who Do Not Like The Taste Of Formula Milk?
Is there the same milk as Bebelove 2? Because I don’t like vanilla milk from Bebelove 3, the plain lactagrow is tried too, but until finally he craves and traumatized, he doesn’t want milk for 3 hours, but it has been replaced by Bebelove 2 … he was traumatized to drink a lot because he checked it felt like he finally wanted the milk he used to. So is there anything that feels like Bebelove 2?
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Formula milk for children older than 6 months, often has been added with additional flavorings by the manufacturer, with the intention of adjusting to the child's preference. But of course, not all children can adapt to this change in taste. Not a few children who become unwilling to breastfeed because it is considered strange, and so on.
Besides the taste that your child dislikes, your child may also not want to breastfeed due to other reasons:
Milk that is not suitable, for example, the consistency is too thick or too runny, or also because of its content that makes the baby feel uncomfortable, for example making it bloated, nausea, colic, and so on
Inappropriate ways of giving, for example using a pacifier that is too heavy or even too slow in flow, giving while forcing the child
Children are full, for example because they have finished eating, consume a lot of snacks, drink lots of water
The child feels discomfort in his body, for example due to thrush, fever, sore throat, and so on
Indeed, after more than 1 year of age, there is no requirement for children to consume additional milk other than breast milk. If your child's appetite is good, your milk production is sufficient, then you don't need to bother choosing extra milk for your child. Additional milk should ideally only be given if it is recommended by the doctor, of course with the type of milk that is also chosen by the doctor, because the milk needs of each child can be different. Inappropriate supplementation of milk actually risks making your child experience allergies, intolerance, malabsorption, and other health problems that have the potential to also interfere with nutritional adequacy.
The question now, is your child having a problem with his appetite? Or are you still able to give your child enough milk?
If your child has a problem with appetite, you can check your child to the doctor or pediatrician to find the best solution related to eating problems. However, if you are no longer able to meet your baby's milk needs, we recommend that you also consult directly with your doctor or the nearest breastfeeding consultant to get the right assistance.
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