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Infant Formula

Ready-to-Feed, Powder, and Concentrated Formula

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Powdered Infant Formula

The preparation of powdered infant formula requires a more extensive, detailed, and precautionary process according to the recommendation of the World Health Organization (WHO). The water, regardless of its source (bottled, baby water, tap, or spring water), must be boiled before mixing it with the powder (not boiling the milk but the water) to prevent potential bacterial contamination present in the powder.


Ready-to-Feed Infant Formula

"The ready-to-feed formula is the least prone to bacterial contamination, as it comes sterile from the factory. This formula does not need anything added, not even water, as it comes in the necessary concentration for consumption. It can be served instantly, and once opened and refrigerated, it has a shelf life of 48 hours. At room temperature, it lasts for 2 hours."


Concentrated Infant Formula

To prepare concentrated infant formula, it is essential to dilute it with fresh water following the proportions indicated on the can. While it is not necessary to use freshly boiled water, it is crucial to ensure the hygiene of the containers used in the process. Make sure to disinfect all utensils, such as bottles, nipples, and measuring spoons, before use. This prevents the spread of potential harmful germs to the baby's health.

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