Thursday, April 19, 2007

Switching to new formula milk

Heard from one of my MJ forum members the MJ representatives did say that Sustagen is good for immune system as it has 3-biotic added (good for developing children) whereas Enfagrow A+ is mainly for brain development.

I got some Sustagen Vanilla sample for Dillon to try and he seems like it. So what I do now is to give him Sustagen Vanilla during the morning and afternoon feed; and feed him Enfagrow A+ at night before he sleeps. I was told that in such way, because during day time, he needs more energy and a strong immune system to fight bacteria and viruses whereas at night, his brain would stimulate more while he is sleeping.

Furthermore, Sustagen (RM47.30 for 1.8kg) cost lesser than Enfagrow A+ (RM67.20 for 1.8kg) so I can save a little bit as well.

5 comments:

TheBlueRanger said...

I'm giving Ethan Enfapro at night. I was also inspired by the discussions at MJ forum.

karenyiau said...

Dillon was on Enfapro A+ from 8 - 12 mths old as well. Then switched to Enfagrow A+ at 12 mths, now added in Sustagen Junior.

huisia said...

actually what i heard from paed, it isn't good to switch the milk powder like this way..it's only best when you stick to one powder.

karenyiau said...

huisia, you mean not good as in giving 2 types of formula in a day? hmmm I never thought abt the cons coz the rep at MJ said so, don't think they dare to give false info.... anyway I'll monitor Dillon's progress & see how, currently he seems fine & have even increased his milk intake.

jazzmint said...

wahh i didn't know that, must try hehe...