Thursday, April 12, 2018

KABRITA Goat Milk Formula! Tummy troubles, "Be GONE"!

Excited to have an opportunity to promote this incredible product! 
 If only I'd had this when my children were little. 
We could have saved them a lot of tummy troubles
Happy to help other parents now through this offer.

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What can you do when meals upset your baby's or toddler's digestive system?


 (This is one option. World of Writer Mom recommends that you discuss any changes in your child's diet with a developmental pediatrician.) 

When my children were babies, I tried breast feeding and ended up having to supplement their intake with additional assistance from formula.  We ended up doing a combination of both as I struggled to find the right formula for their sensitive tummies.

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 I personally had a history of upset stomach from the time I was an infant. Perhaps it was possible that whatever issues were present during childhood, I had passed along to my babies. I was lactose intolerant and even into adulthood have had sensitivities to certain foods and situations.  As a teen I once drank milk with a warm cookie and ended up being taken to the Emergency Room due to the severity of my pain. 

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My mother did try a product for me back in the day called "acidophilus" milk. (Sounds yummy, huh?) It  supposedly had eliminated lactose from the milk. It was okay, but I couldn't stand the taste. It seemed incredibly more expensive than regular milk. I ended up avoiding milk products or paying the consequences.

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When my first child was born fifteen years ago, I was shocked at how regular, milk based formulas negatively impacted her digestive system. She cried, had lots of gas, and was miserable after her feedings from the formulas we tried. There were times her bowel movements were so acidic that she developed difficult rashes. Alternatively, there were times she became so constipated I cried with her. Soy milk was not helpful either. We gave her special drops to help alleviate the pain (with the supervision of her pediatrician) but I wished there were alternatives.  

Kabrita can help!

My second child's situation was similar. He had diarrhea and rashes plus a lot of reflux.  Again, we tried various formulas and the special tummy drops. I believe it was a few months into our dilemma that one particular brand of formula came onto the market for "sensitive tummies" and that seemed to finally offer a little relief. We transitioned to a newer brand of lactose free milk available when my baby became older and even though it was expensive, we were happy that it worked well for him.

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By the time child number three arrived, we were already anticipating what could happen and were a little better prepared for the tummy upsets. Still, it would have been incredible to have some alternative to discuss with the pediatrician.

Kabrita is for Toddlers too!
 When I discovered this product on line, I felt amazed and really wished it had been available (or I had been aware of the benefits) when my own babies were small.  I also didn't have the information regarding digestion of proteins that might have been helpful to me.  It wasn't necessarily just the lactose that was a problem.  It was the ability to break down the proteins in cow's milk.

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There is plenty of research to indicate that goat's milk is compatible for human consumption without the side effects of lactose milk.


The following information is taken directly from the Kabrita website. You are invited to read about this product and if it sounds interesting to you, please share with your child's developmental pediatrician. Perhaps it could offer some relief for your aching tummies too. Kabrita can be used in smoothies and in place of milk for a variety of recipes.  Try your sample today!

  Organic Nutrition for your Infant and Toddler

  Who is KABRITA?

KABRITA is a line of gentle Goat Milk Formula and Goat Milk Baby Foods made with naturally easy-to-digest, non-GMO goat milk that is gentle on tiny tummies. KABRITA Goat Milk Foods are produced without any exposure to antibiotics, pesticides, growth hormones or preservatives, and are free from artificial colors and flavors.

Goat milk protein forms a gentler curd in the tummy compared to cow milk protein, and has also been shown to be broken down and digested faster! At KABRITA, our products are made with love, backed with science and designed to offer gentle nutrition for little ones. KABRITA Goat Milk Foods have a mildly sweet and fresh taste and smell that little ones love. Recommended by pediatricians throughout the U.S.

Perfect options for infants and toddlers. From meal times to snacks, Kabrita has a selection of nutritional items that are gentle for the tummy.

 Kabrita provides America's first non-GMO goat milk yogurt!


Your children will grow up just fine whatever you choose to use in collaboration with your developmental pediatrician!  Ultimately, YOU know your babies best, and will make the ultimate decisions when it comes to their nutritional needs.

  I am happy to offer this as an option and welcome your insights regarding how you manage challenging dietary needs.  Please visit again and share your recommendations too!  Raising children is an incredible gift and the most ginormous challenge you may face. (It's worth it!)

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Comments always welcome!

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Much Love, ~Mary

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  1. WOW who would have thought Goat milk would be so great!? Thanks!

    1. It is nice to have options when it comes to formula! Every baby is so different when it comes to sensitivities. Thanks for taking time to read and comment. If you know others who might benefit from trying this formula, please share. Kindest Wishes, ~ Mary

  2. I had no idea that Goat Milk could appease tummy troubles! Thanks for this!

    1. I have heard of other countries where Goat Milk is an option for children and adults with sensitive stomachs. It's nice to have this option available here too. I would have definitely tried it with my own children. We have samples of the toddler transition formula that anyone can use to make smoothies too. This summer we will be making some with fruit added and see how the children like it at any age. Kindest Wishes, ~ Mary


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