How do I transition from my regular formula to a new one?
If you know that your baby is particularity sensitive to change, we recommend that you gradually introduce them to the new products over one week.Rest assured that any slight changes in digestion should be minimal and temporary.
Start by reducing your usual volume of formula to 75%. Add 25% of the new formula. Do this on every feed for 2 days.
Then reduce your usual formula to 50% and add 50% of the new formula, again, do this on every feed for 2 days.
Reduce your old formula to 25% and the new formula to 75% for 2 days.
If your child has not experienced any adverse symptoms on day 7 you are ready to try 100% of the new formula.
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