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    I used Heinz Nurture (not the gold version) from birth and had no dramas

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    Thank you for everyone's experiences. We did find that 2 out of our 3 children were fine with the gold, but had to switch back to non-gold for one of our children as they had constipation.

    As a formula-feeding mum I guess I just want to make sure that bubs is getting the best nutritional option that is also easy on their body.

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    Good luck! Hopefully the first one you try is the one, playing trial and error is such a pain xx

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    I think the only other problem is that our eldest had bad wind from guzzling his bottles. We used infants friend and anti-colic bottles, eventually he outgrew it.

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    I always liked Karicare Aptimal gold, my DD1 did so well on it


 

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