Difference between Stage 1 vs Stage 2 vs Stage 3 Formula Milk and When Babies Can Start Eating Food in Singapore
Milk is something that a lot of us find confusing and unclear, especially when it comes to the topic of Stage 1 vs Stage 2 vs Stage 3 vs Stage 4 formula milk. It can be tricky to figure out what type of milk is suitable for each stage of your child's growth.
Of course, breast milk is the best food for babies. However, if you aren't able to or just don't have the time to breastfeed, the huge selection of baby formulas available on the Singaporean market can be hard to make sense of: infant formula, stage 1, stage 2, stage 3, stage 4, etc.
In this article, I’ll take you through the recommended diet for the first few years of your babies life and explain what is the difference between each stage of formula milk in Singapore
Baby Nutrition Guide
Newborns should either breast milk or infant formula on demand.
At 6 months, parents will usually introduce more foods into their baby’s diet, so the amount of milk they will need will gradually decrease. For both formula-fed and breastfed babies, the amount of milk they drink should naturally adjust according to how much food they have eaten.