I am looking to find a site or document that easily shows me what the differences are with the multitude of formulas available.
My baby is due in a few weeks, and I intend to breastfeed if I can - however I would like to have a formula at home ready to go should that not work out.
So far I am bamboozled with options and people differing opinions.
Is there a site or document that easily shows me what the differences are between formulas?
Thanks for your help.
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25-07-2012 19:41 #1
Formula Comparisons - is there a site or document?
25-07-2012 20:00 #2
I don't know of one but you could try product review .com as they have a huge range of reviews that may help.
25-07-2012 20:24 #3
26-07-2012 10:15 #4
Cheers! I'm on my phone so I'll take a look as soon as possible.
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