Ways That Mothers Need To Consider In Serving Infant Formula Milk?
Afternoon, my baby is 7 months … r nAnd for now I want to help formula milk because I have a little milk, r nI want to ask, r n1. Or when I just bought it? R n2.could formula milk be brewed with plain mineral water? (Not warm)?
Good evening, thanks for the question
Under certain conditions where breast milk can no longer be optimally given for one reason or another, babies need additional nutritional intake of formula milk to support their growth and development.
Here are the ways that mothers need to consider in serving infant formula milk, namely:
1. Wash your hands with running water and soap before washing out the baby's drinking utensils and before preparing baby formula.
2. Wash drinking equipment and other supplies with warm water and soap after each use. The rest of the milk must be brushed clean without residue and rinsed with clean water. If using a sterilizer, follow the instructions for use.
3. Always use boiled water with a minimum temperature of 70 degrees Celsius in the appropriate amount. To get a temperature of 70 degrees, the boiling water is allowed to stand for about 10 minutes, then just mixed with formula milk powder. First check the temperature of the formula before it is given to the baby by dripping on the skin of the mother's wrist.
4. Don't add cold water or room temperature water when serving milk.
5. Give formula milk in my water 2 hours after it is made. Discard leftover milk if not used up. If milk will not be given immediately after it is made, it can be chilled and stored in a tightly closed container in a refrigerator with a temperature of less than 5 degrees celsius. Use the stored milk in less than 24 hours.
That's all, hope you can help