Cow Milk Formula

The main carbohydrate - lactose - in these special formulas come from organic cows across Europe!


Are you wondering whether to give your baby cow or goat milk? It’s a serious question that many parents consider before choosing an infant formula. Cow milk is the most widely used source in baby formulas. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends cow milk formula as alternatives to breastfeeding. As European baby formulas are made on organic Demeter farms, they are much healthier for infants. E.U. formula is made from grass-fed cow milk rather than in the U.S. where cattle eat corn. There are also many benefits to cow milk infant formulas.

Health Benefits Of Grass Fed Cow Milk

  •         Organic Grass-Fed Cow Milk
  •         No Harmful Additives Or Preservatives Added
  •         HiPP has Prebiotics and Probiotics For Easier Digestion
  •         Clean Alternatives To Breastfeeding
  •         Holle offers Cow-Based Formula And Goat Based Formula
  •         EU Baby Formulas Are Gluten-Free And Nut-Free
  •         Different Types Of Baby Formula For Different Needs

Cow Milk Formula After 12 Months                                

Whole cow milk protein-based formulas are made from cow’s milk as it is the most similar taste and texture to breast milk. Some cow-milk based formulas tend to add nutrients, prebiotics, and probiotics to ensure babies can digest it easier. Infant and toddler cow milk-based formulas are also commonly available in concentrated consistencies, powdered forms, and ready-to-use liquids that are easy to utilize. Baby formulas are iron-fortified as well to ensure the proper nutrient consumption for health benefits.

Infants cannot tolerate regular cow milk as it is rich in proteins, fat, and carbs. Parents are not advised to introduce it until a baby is ready to start eating solids, between six months and a year as they can’t digest the sodium, protein, and potassium. Babies can drink cow milk formula after 12 months or switch to straight cow milk.

Cow Vs Goat Milk Formula

Are you wondering about cow vs goat milk formula? Both are fortified with vitamins and minerals, although the levels of nutrients are dissimilar. If your baby responds with an upset stomach to cow milk, you may not need to change to a goat-milk formula immediately. You should talk to a pediatrician before you make changes to your baby’s diet if he or she shows symptoms of milk allergies as it may have nothing to do with dairy. It’s important to recognize these symptoms, however, so you can learn more about alternatives to cow’s milk for babies.

Symptoms Of Milk Allergies Include:

  •         Recurrence Of Spitting Up
  •         Upset Stomach
  •         Wheezing
  •         Colic-like signs
  •         Bloody Stool
  •         Irritability
  •         Vomiting
  •         Gas
  •         Rash

European baby formula makers like Hipp, Holle, Lebenswert, and Loulouka specialize in producing the best formula for spit-up, acid reflux, gassiness, and constipation. They’re also ideal for babies and toddlers with milk or lactose intolerances, in which the symptoms are different from those who experience allergic reactions to dairy.

Hipp Dutch, Hipp UK, or Hipp German – Cow Based Formula / Skimmed Milk & Whey

Holle – Cow Based Formula (Skim Milk & Whey, Skim & Demineralized Whey Powder, or Whey & Casein) Holle PRE offers whole milk / Goat Based Formula

Lebenswert – Cow-Based Formula / Skim Milk, Whey, Or Demineralized Whey

Loulouka – Cow-Based Formula / Whole Cow Milk & Whey Protein

My Organic Company carries each of these European brands so that you and your baby have access to the cleanest organic baby formulas in the world. From different milk cow breeds that are made into alternatives to breastfeeding to goat and soy free products, we have what you need to ensure you raise a healthy, happy infant or toddler.