Nanny Care Stage 1 Goat Milk is your ‘goat’-to for healthy milk alternatives that your little one will love. Sourced from goats grass-fed and raised in nurturing environments free of harmful chemicals, stimulants, or hormones, this nutrient-rich formula will help give your infant the best possible start.
Nanny Care Goat Milk Formula Stage 1 is nutritionally complete and infused with added vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids that support early development. Vitamins A, C, and D, folic acid, and iron are carefully added to ensure that your infant has the necessities to help encourage proper bone, nerve, and immune system development.
Due to low protein alpha-s1 casein levels, goat milk is naturally gentle on the stomach and is ideal for newborns and infants with sensitivities to milk products. It's packed with amino acids and great for your infant’s cognitive function and brain development.
You may notice that NannyCare Stage 1 Goat Milk costs slightly more than other brands; however, parents can trust that the little extra cost reflects a large difference in the quality of premium ingredients used throughout all of their formulas. NannyCare products comply with strict EU and UK legislation which have much higher standards than those within the United States. This way, you can feel safe feeding your little one quality products to improve their quality of life.
Preparing and Storing Nannycare Stage 1 Goat Milk Formula
To ensure the safety and effectiveness of Nannycare Stage 1 goat milk formula, proper preparation and storage are crucial. Start by sterilizing all equipment according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Wash hands and sterilize all equipment following the manufacturer's instructions.
Boil 1 liter of fresh drinking water and leave to cool for no longer than 30 minutes. Do not use artificially softened or repeatedly boiled water.
Measure the required amount of water into a sterilized bottle (refer to the feeding guide).
Using only the scoop provided, add the correct number of scoops of powder - 1 level scoop of powder to each fluid ounce of water (approx. 30ml). Level off the powder using the scoop leveler. Do not press down on the powder.
Place cap(s) back on the bottle and shake vigorously until all the powder has dissolved (usually 15 seconds).
Cool down the formula to a drinking temperature of approx. 98.6°F (37°C) by holding the bottle under cool running water. Feed immediately. Always test the temperature of the milk before feeding.
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Following these guidelines for preparing and storing the formula will help ensure that your baby receives the maximum nutritional benefits from Nannycare Stage 1.
Transitioning to Stage 1 Goat Milk Formula
Transitioning to Nannycare Stage 1 formula is a process that requires patience and attention to your baby's needs. To make the transition smoother, it is recommended to gradually increase the amount of Nannycare Stage 1 while decreasing the amount of the current formula or milk over several days, starting by adding a small amount of the new formula to the current formula or milk.
Generally, it takes approximately seven to 14 days for a baby to become accustomed to a new formula. To ensure a successful transition, introduce the new formula gradually and monitor your baby for signs of discomfort or digestive issues.
Patience and observation are key during this transition period.
Nannycare Stage 1 Ingredients
Pasteurized whole goat milk, lactose (from milk), vegetable oil blend (high oleic sunflower oil, rapeseed oil, sunflower oil, antioxidants (sunflower lecithin, tocopherol-rich extract)), pasteurized goat milk powders, marine fish oil powder (source of docosahexaenoic acid), Mortierella alpina oil powder (source of arachidonic acid), minerals, choline chloride, L-tyrosine, L-tryptophan, L-cystine, vitamins, L-isoleucine, taurine, L-carnitine, dl-α-tocopheryl acetate, L-ascorbic acid, nicotinamide, cholecalciferol, retinyl acetate, calcium D-pantothenate, cyanocobalamin, phytonadione, thiamin hydrochloride, riboflavin, pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid, D-biotin, sodium citrate, calcium citrate, calcium hydroxide, potassium chloride, ferrous sulphate, zinc sulphate, copper sulphate, manganese sulphate, potassium iodide, sodium selenite.
This product contains 38% goat milk on a dry matter basis.
Nannycare Stage 1 goat milk formula is a nutritionally balanced and high-quality formula designed to meet the needs of infants aged one week and above. With its unique blend of pasteurized goat milk powder, vegetable oil blend, and other nutritional additives, this formula provides your baby with the essential nutrients they need for healthy growth and development.
By choosing Nannycare Stage 1 goat milk formula, you are not only providing your baby with the very best quality milk, but also the peace of mind that comes from knowing their nutritional needs are being met with a trusted, safe, and wholesome product. Give your baby the best start in life by choosing Nannycare Stage 1 goat milk formula today.
Nannycare Stage 1 Nutritional Facts (Per 100ml or 3.38 oz/3 oz prepared)
- Energy 66 kcal
- Total Fat 3.4 g
- Saturates 1.2 g
- Monounsaturates 1.6 g
- Polyunsaturates 0.53 g
- Linoleic Acid (Omega-6) 400 mg
- A-linolenic Acid (Omega-3) 53 mg
- Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) 15 mg
- Arachidonic Acid (AA) 16 mg
- Total Carbs 7.4 g
- Protein 1.3 g
- Vitamin A 56 mcg RE
- Vitamin D 1.4 mcg
- Vitamin E 1.5 mg
- Vitamin K 6.7 mcg
- Vitamin C 13 mg
- Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) 0.062 mg
- Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 0.12 mg
- Vitamin B3 (Niacin) 0.66 mg
- Vitamin B6 0.036 mg
- Folic Acid 22 mcg
- Vitamin B12 0.18 mcg
- Biotin 2.3 mcg
- Pantothenic Acid 0.35 mg
- Sodium 19 mg
- Potassium 70 mg
- Chloride 57 mg
- Calcium 53 mg
- Phosphorus 39 mg
- Magnesium 4.6 mg
- Iron 0.65 mg
- Zinc 0.49 mg
- Copper 0.049 mg
- Manganese 9.0 mcg
- Fluoride 9.9 mcg
- Selenium 6.5 mcg
- Iodine 13 mcg
- Choline 21 mg
- Taurine 4.6 mg
- Carnitine 0.9 mg
- Inositol 3.9 mg
Nutritional Additives in Nannycare Stage 1
Nannycare Stage 1 contains various nutritional additives that contribute to its overall nutritional value. Some of these additives include pasteurized whole goat milk, lactose, and a vegetable oil blend. Pasteurized whole goat milk is an excellent source of protein, calcium, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, and vitamin A, providing a plethora of benefits for those who consume it.
Lactose, a type of sugar found in milk and dairy products, serves as a natural source of energy and provides essential nutrients to the body. The vegetable oil blend in Nannycare Stage 1, consisting of sunflower oil, rapeseed oil, and coconut oil, provides essential fatty acids for the development of the brain and nervous system, as well as supplying energy and aiding in the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins.
These nutritional additives, along with others, ensure that Nannycare Stage 1 is a nutritionally complete and wholesome formula for your baby.
The Benefits of Whole Goat Milk
Whole goat milk offers several advantages over cow's milk. It is an excellent source of protein, calcium, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, and vitamin A, providing numerous benefits to those who choose to include it in their diet. Whole goat milk is also easier to digest than cow's milk, thanks to its lower lactose content.
In addition to its nutritional benefits, whole goat milk has been associated with promoting heart health, strengthening the immune system, aiding in the reduction of inflammation, and potentially supporting weight loss.
By choosing Nannycare Stage 1 goat milk formula, you are providing your baby with the benefits of whole goat milk in a convenient and nutritionally balanced formula.
Safety and Quality Assurance
Nannycare Stage 1 goat milk formula is a trusted and high-quality product that is suitable for infants aged 0-12 months, providing nutritionally complete nutrition. It is made from organic full-cream goat's milk sourced from pasture-raised goats, ensuring the very best quality milk for your baby. The whey-to-casein ratio of Nannycare Stage 1 is approximately 20:80, further demonstrating its commitment to quality and safety.
By choosing Nannycare Stage 1 goat milk formula, you can trust that your baby's nutritional needs are being met with a product that has undergone rigorous safety and quality assurance measures. This commitment to excellence ensures that your baby receives the best possible nutrition throughout their early development.
Allergies and Goat Milk Formulas
While goat milk formulas are more easily digestible and contain fewer allergens than cow's milk formulas, it is important to note that some babies may still experience allergies or sensitivities when consuming goat milk. Therefore, it is crucial to consult with a doctor before introducing a goat milk formula to a baby with a cow's milk protein allergy, as cross-reaction is still possible.
By monitoring your baby for signs of allergies or sensitivities and seeking medical advice when necessary, you can ensure their safety and well-being while providing them with the nutritional benefits of Nannycare Stage 1 goat milk formula.
Always consult with your healthcare professional or doctor to make the best decision for your baby's nutritional needs.
What is the difference between Nannycare Stage 1 and 2?
Nannycare Stage 1 is designed to be the first step in introducing solid foods into a baby's diet, providing essential nutrients and minerals.
Nannycare Stage 2 has higher levels of Vitamin D, calcium, phosphorus, and iron to help ensure that your baby gets all of the necessary nutrients for healthy development.
What is Stage 1 baby milk?
Stage 1 baby milk is the first prepared formula for babies up to 6 months of age. It is generally made from whey protein, derived from either cow's or goat's milk, as it is easier for babies to digest than whole milk.
As babies grow older, a stage 2 formula should be introduced.
What is Stage 1 vs Stage 2 baby formula?
The main difference between first and second-stage infant formula is the type of protein they contain. First-stage formulas are primarily whey-based while second-stage formulas are more casein-based to support a hungrier baby's needs.
Both formulas have the same nutritionally balanced mix of vitamins and minerals, however, to ensure your child gets the best nutrition possible, consult with your pediatrician to determine which type is right for them.