Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Parent’s Choice Infant Formula, A Review

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of PBM Products. All opinions are 100% mine.

You’re having a baby?! Congratulations!
And whether it’s your first child or your fifth (like me), you will be just as excited and happy anticipating their arrival, and wanting to give your new little bundle of joy the best you have to offer.
This, for many moms, means buying the best foods, sterilizing everything in sight, learning every lullaby on the planet, buying every parenting book available, heading out to put them on pre-school waiting lists while still in eutero, and picking up some ivy league college applications on the way home.
While all these things are great, and (hopefully) helpful, it’s nice to know that you do have some options! This includes baby formula. While I believe whole-heartedly in breastfeeding,  I have gotten to the point with all of my kids, where supplementing or switching to formula was necessary. And you know what? It’s okay! You do what works for you.
There are some top-notch store brand formulas on the market, but at $20-$30  for a can as small as 12 oz. it’s definitely not budget friendly, or realistic for most families to purchase.
We prefer, and have used Parent’s Choice Infant Formula for our children.
The first draw is that it is equivalent in content and quality to some of the other major name brands on the market (like Similac).  And, while Similac was recently recalled for bug infestation, it’s a relief to know that you can confidently switch to generic formula.
Parent’s Choice Advantage Infant Formula offers Prebiotics to help support your little one’s immune system, as well as having milk-based nutrition containing all nutrients, vitamins and minerals for growth and development, including
DHA and ARA.
Secondly, it comes at half the price! With diaper bills to pack on top of the cost of formula, and other baby necessities, this is a welcome budget relief!
All around, Parent’s Choice is a great option for any family wanting to give their kids the best they have to give!
You can find Parent’s Choice Advantage Infant Formula at Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club, Target, Kroger, Walgreen’s, CVS, and Babies “R” US.
It is available in 23.2 oz. and 12.4 oz. cans.
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1 comment:

  1. actually, it was kristen who wrote this post, not me. sorry abt the wrong signature! (and great argument for generic baby formula, kristen!)


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