Did you know ? The composition of infant milks is strictly regulated according to the modified European Directive 2006/141 relating to infant formulas and follow-on formulas. In response to a favorable opinion from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), this directive authorizes the use of goat milk in these preparations.
Just like cow's milk, a complete nutritional contribution with goat's milk
The only milk whose composition is ideal to meet your baby's needs is breast milk. Infant milks made from cow's milk or goat's milk then offer an alternative to breastfeeding or when breastfeeding is not possible or not desired.
From a nutritional point of view, the compositions of goat milk and cow milk are quite comparable. The protein, fat and carbohydrate contents are equivalent with similar energy intakes.
The difference will be in terms of taste: only baby can tell you if he likes or not.
Babybio's adapted offer
Goat milk is used as the basis for the preparation of Babybio Caprea infant milks, which perfectly meet the legislation and specific nutritional needs of babies, in addition to a diversified diet from 6 months. Goats are raised according to the principles of organic farming:
- Main food with organic grass or fodder
- No preventive antibiotic treatments
- Method of production favoring the use of natural fertilizers and crop rotation
In addition, our Caprea infant formulas are:
- Made in France
- Without palm oil
From 6 months, your baby will be able to discover Babybio Caprea 2, then from 10-12 months and until the age of 3 years, Caprea 3.
In all cases, do not forget to consult your health professional who will be able to give you sound advice on baby feeding.
Jf Desjeux. Valeur nutritionnelle du lait de chèvre. Le Lait, INRA Editions, 1993, 73 (5_6), pp.573-580.
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