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    Yep and chicken stock - bone broth - is a great thing to give babies and kids - after 6 months old but as a form of solids not a replacement to formula

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby_Tuesday15 View Post
    I heartily agree with the conversation about diy formula being a crock, but just wanted to point out that bone broth is just stock. So there's no meat in it. It's not a purée, you cook bones and veggies etc in water and then use the water. It's actually full of really beneficial nutrients. Chicken feet have a high concentration on gelatine etc and are gross to look at, but really good for bone broth
    Ahh I see thanks for clarifying. Still those meat enzymes are in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qrazelna View Post
    I have read some stuff on stay at home mum and it usually seems reasonable but this is so freakin ridiculous!!!! Who in their right mind would think DIY baby formula is safe to give your bubba just to save a couple bucks!


    Just to clarify, the sahm site wasn't condoning it, they were saying how ridiculous and dangerous it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby_Tuesday15 View Post
    I heartily agree with the conversation about diy formula being a crock, but just wanted to point out that bone broth is just stock. So there's no meat in it. It's not a purée, you cook bones and veggies etc in water and then use the water. It's actually full of really beneficial nutrients. Chicken feet have a high concentration on gelatine etc and are gross to look at, but really good for bone broth
    But it still doesn't contain enough of the essential nutrients thats infants need... definitely not a suitable replacement for formula.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SheWarrior View Post
    Just to clarify, the sahm site wasn't condoning it, they were saying how ridiculous and dangerous it is.
    Yeah I didn't read it obviously haha

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    This is...beyond comprehension. I understand why she might've stopped breastfeeding, there are any number of causes for that but I can't understand how she could think that bone broth was an appropriate choice instead of formula. *shakes head*

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