Technically it’s the 6th, but whatever. lol Still up from the 5th. So I haven’t posted in a bit. I’ve been fairly busy. Mainly with Amelia, Kristen, stuff around the house, work… just basic life stuff. Never felt so busy in my life, and there is still so much stuff I need to do and
So I’ve had an investigator from the CFIA contact me. They can accept the samples and do their own testing, but the method is somewhat similar to Enfamil’s. As in escalating. Lab tech has a visual inspection, microscope/pH, etc. Then decides whether it goes for further testing. I’m more comfortable trusting the CFIA with this
So I was at a few stores the other day looking at different formulas and their ingredients… Look at the back and you’ll see “Ash” clearly labelled. One box explained this was to add calcium. Awesome. I thought I was buying infant formula, not cat food. That is all. Picture not of an Enfamil box.
Docosahexaenoic Acid and Arachidonic Acid. (The stuff we want from Omega 3 Fatty Acids as I understand) Rather than trying to muddle out my own explanation of this, I will give you the link to a FAQ by the Cornucopia Institute. This report was done in 2008, I will try to find more recent information
An update will follow the Aluminum bit. So, I’ve been in contact with an expert that pointed out a very startling fact that I have somehow not come across. Aluminum in formula. Rather than trying to explain this to you myself, I will provide you with a link to an article by a physician. It
So, I have been reading up more on big formula… specifically in regard to the World Health Organization and different practices in the industry. Google Jack Newman, Formula Controversy, or WHO Baby Formula Code. In light of what I have been reading, I cannot in good conscious remove or make private my enfamil posts. People
I have spoken with a rep from Enfamil this evening. This one was a bit more willing to listen to me thankfully. I have moved the status of the Enfamil blogs to private as a gesture of goodfaith and to avoid destroying this blog. It’s not what it was for. I’ll be talking with them