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Old 11-15-2011, 06:40 PM - Thread Starter
 
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is there one? 3 boys one ADHD one autistic. mild cases. starting GFCF. is there a GFCF formula for my 8 week old?


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I've been spending a lot of time on this website. They have a ton of info on the GFCF diet and a page of formulas here.

 

I don't have any personal experience with formula, so maybe someone else can give you a better recommendation. smile.gif


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I think that Enfamil ProSobee Lipil is GFCF and has DHA/ARA in it.  It's available pretty much everywhere in cans, bottles or powder.

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i am trying to go soy free too. I am breastfeeding but sometimes my supply is low so I am supplementing.


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Supplementing will only hurt your supply issues. Do you have a supplemental nursing system so that the baby can stimulate milk production while getting some extra food? 

 

Special formulas are really expensive. I'd suggest talking to a La Leche League leader or Lactation Consultant if you haven't already. 


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i am trying to go soy free too. I am breastfeeding but sometimes my supply is low so I am supplementing.



Why do you think your supply is low?  The best way to combat temporary low supply is to nurse more, not less.


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