the brand of goat milk-based baby food. it has a claim that fresh milk obtained from goats raised by feeding naturally in the greenery of new zealand has its natural characteristics and advantages.
after reading on the internet by which company all the foods are produced, their ingredients, how long they have been in the market, their origin, which ones are good in general, golden goat was the first food i bought.
in the first days, we gave only 30cc support, we did not have a problem, but when the dose went up to 120cc, he had gas problems and constipation.
we took aptamil and started doing it 1-2 times a day, although it reacted better. we switched to aptamil comformil. the shortage has decreased.
later, when he gave golden goat again, he could not do it again for 1 day, the boy turned red because of pushing.
if i were to talk about golden goat no: 1, we had constipation after 4 daily doses.
food tastier than aptamil and bebelac.
this was the first food i bought for my little girls. however, one of the girls did not like the taste and did not eat. the other did not cause any problems because of what we gave. gas etc. i can not say he did the problem anyway, my babies are too gaseous.
we also bought aptamil, hipp and evolvia for those who don't like the taste of it. she chose evolvia, little lady.
we gave this to our baby, who is now 4 months old, from 3 weeks of age, due to breast milk problem.
notes for those who are curious;
perfect for preventing gas pains. we gave her another brand for the first 3 days. however, when we started with this one, the gas problem decreased to almost none.
our baby's development continues very well. height weight is at the upper limit
because it is a less sugary food, we are somewhat comfortable.
no toilet problem etc.
one handicap: a bit expensive.
after all, breast milk is important. we gave breast milk for up to 2 months, even if it was ticklish. of course, for the tiny monster, that was not enough.
it is a milk mixture containing only 40% goat's milk. there is no alternative to breast milk. breastmilk is best for infant feeding, if not enough, formula milk is an alternative. see: ministry of health baby nutrition legislation
feeding babies only with goat's milk (see megaloblastic anemia) can cause
a type of anemia due to malnutrition in infants fed goat's milk predominantly poor in iron content.
the amount of iron and folic acid it contains is very low compared to other foods. in addition, there is almost no difference between the number 2 and the number 1 formula in the nutrition table, which contains question marks.
unknown exactly what it is.