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The World Health Organization’s Code of Marketing of Human Milk substitutes states that educational materials around infant feeding “should clearly state the benefits and superiority of breastfeeding, the social as well as financial costs of using infant formula, the health hazards associated with artificial feeding and instructions for the proper use of infant formula.”
Exclusive breastfeeding is recommended as the ideal source of infant nutrition. Exclusive breastfeeding protects against certain infant illness including gastrointestinal and upper-respiratory. Purchasing infant formula may present a family with financial strain. Exclusive breastfeeding is associated with additonal benefits to the mother and infant. When using infant formula, it should always be prepared according to the manufacturer’s instructions. The CDC also provided guidance for safe formula preparation.
This site is intended to empower, educate, and support parents who have made the choice to nourish their child with infant formula, and to provide educational resources to providers who support formula-feeding families.