Breast is best – the many benefits of breast feeding

The benefits of breast milk are limitless for both mother and baby. As an amazing gift from Mother Nature, breast milk naturally meets your baby’s dietary requirements for rapid growth and development. Providing milk when your baby needs it and at exactly the right...

Colic – what is it, does your baby have it

Does your baby cry about the same time each day? Nothing you offer provides comfort? This may be because your baby is suffering from colic. Colic can be defined as persistent crying more than three hours a day, three days a week and more than three weeks in a healthy,...

Guidelines on using infant formula for your baby

If you plan to use formula, here are some guidelines which are not meant to replace your health professional’s advice. Benefits of Breast Milk Breast milk gives babies all the nutrients they need for the first 6 months of life and helps protect them from infection and...

How to transition from breast to bottle feeding

For whatever reason it may be, whether it be a busy schedule, career options or drying up. Thankfully, mother’s have two options when changing from breast milk to infant formula: Complementary bottle feeding – Whereby you accompany breast milk with the occasional...

Is your baby getting the right amount of formula?

Trying to work out if your baby is getting the right amount and not too little and not too much is a common issue with formula-fed babies! Overfeeding in babies can cause several problems as well as underfeeding so regular feedings are important for infants. It’s...

Its as easy as 1, 2, 3 – what you need for easy bottle feeding

Although breast milk is the best feeding choice for babies, infant formula is fortified with nutritionally adequate ingredients. If you make the choice to bottle feed your infant, there are just three essential things that you need:  Baby bottles, your Natalplex...

Ways you can bond and connect with your baby

Bonding with your baby naturally occurs almost immediately for a breastfeeding or bottle-feeding mother. It is also one of the most joyous aspects of infant care. If both you and your partner cradle your infant frequently, your beautiful baby will soon realise that...

What you can do about constipation in babies

Infant constipation, aside from many other causes, can often start when a baby is removed from breast milk and introduced into formula. Constipation which infants suffer from is not necessarily the lack of daily bowel movements but rather, the passage of dry and hard...

Why should you use sterile water?

Infants under 6 months of age are particularly vulnerable to infection as their immune systems are still being developed.  When preparing baby formula, it is important that you thoroughly wash and sterilise all bottles, teats and other equipment in preparing your...

Infant Formula Feeding FAQs

Why should you use sterile water?

Why should you use sterile water?

Infants under 6 months of age are particularly vulnerable to infection as their immune systems are still being developed.  When preparing baby formula, it is important that you thoroughly wash and sterilise all bottles, teats and other equipment in preparing your...

read more
Is your baby getting the right amount of formula?

Is your baby getting the right amount of formula?

Trying to work out if your baby is getting the right amount and not too little and not too much is a common issue with formula-fed babies! Overfeeding in babies can cause several problems as well as underfeeding so regular feedings are important for infants. It’s...

read more
How to transition from breast to bottle feeding

How to transition from breast to bottle feeding

For whatever reason it may be, whether it be a busy schedule, career options or drying up. Thankfully, mother’s have two options when changing from breast milk to infant formula: Complementary bottle feeding – Whereby you accompany breast milk with the occasional...

read more
Ways you can bond and connect with your baby

Ways you can bond and connect with your baby

Bonding with your baby naturally occurs almost immediately for a breastfeeding or bottle-feeding mother. It is also one of the most joyous aspects of infant care. If both you and your partner cradle your infant frequently, your beautiful baby will soon realise that...

read more
Breast is best – the many benefits of breast feeding

Breast is best – the many benefits of breast feeding

The benefits of breast milk are limitless for both mother and baby. As an amazing gift from Mother Nature, breast milk naturally meets your baby’s dietary requirements for rapid growth and development. Providing milk when your baby needs it and at exactly the right...

read more
Colic – what is it, does your baby have it

Colic – what is it, does your baby have it

Does your baby cry about the same time each day? Nothing you offer provides comfort? This may be because your baby is suffering from colic. Colic can be defined as persistent crying more than three hours a day, three days a week and more than three weeks in a healthy,...

read more
What you can do about constipation in babies

What you can do about constipation in babies

Infant constipation, aside from many other causes, can often start when a baby is removed from breast milk and introduced into formula. Constipation which infants suffer from is not necessarily the lack of daily bowel movements but rather, the passage of dry and hard...

read more
Guidelines on using infant formula for your baby

Guidelines on using infant formula for your baby

If you plan to use formula, here are some guidelines which are not meant to replace your health professional’s advice. Benefits of Breast Milk Breast milk gives babies all the nutrients they need for the first 6 months of life and helps protect them from infection and...

read more

Important Notice for Parents and Caregivers

Breast milk is best for babies

Breast milk is best for babies. Before you decide to use this product, consult your doctor or health care worker for advice.