Cows Milk Alternative For Toddlers To Relieve Digestive Issues Article Released

A recent report on the benefits of Kabrita Goat Milk Toddler Formula has been released explaining how it can be used as a substitute for toddlers who have stomach trouble digesting cows milk.

Silicon Beach Parents Group has released its new article on the Kabrita Goat Milk Toddler Formula products for parents who are looking for alternatives to giving their toddlers cow’s milk.

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The newly released report from Silicon Beach Parents Group details the benefits of the Kabritia Goat Milk products for parents who have found their children develop stomach problems when giving them cows, almond, or soy milk.

Many parents often find that their toddlers have trouble when consuming cows milk. The problems are due to the child’s digestive system having difficulties breaking down the curd found within cows’ milk, which can lead to stomach upsets and unhappy toddlers.

Silicon Beach Parents Group’s new report suggests the use of goats milk as a viable alternative to cows milk, or other plant-based dairy alternatives, as it contains many nutritional advantages without the problematic side-effects. A goats milk protein forms a smaller, softer curd that is easier for a toddler to digest and causes fewer digestion issues.

The report recommends the Kabrita Goat Milk Formula as the Kabrita products are created specifically after several key attributes found in breast milk, which are ideal for a toddler’s growth.

The attributes found within the Kabrita Goat Milk Formula include a non-GMO plant-based fat blend, which is modeled after the fats found in breast milk. It also contains a goat whey protein concentrate, which the company has adapted to simulate the whey to casein ratio in breast milk.

Silicon Beach Parents Group’s report explains that all of Kabrita’s products are made in the Netherlands, meaning they follow strict European regulations. These regulations mean that their products have a limit in the use of antibiotics, hormones, and pesticides when being developed.

The report from Silicon Beach Parents Group was written by the group’s founder and parent blogger, Gabrielle D’Addario, for the site. The group was founded in 2016 from the Playa Vista community to offer an inclusive environment for young families, and their website provides many resources for parents.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the website mentioned above.

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