Every mom and every dad want their baby to grow up as a healthy and smart child. And one of the sources of the good health is a proper nutrition. So the choice of the proper baby formula is one of the essential questions.

Linda DiProperzio from the the Parents.com resource in her article provides the best positions to bottle feed baby.

Best Positions to Bottle-Feed Baby

Cradle him. Place the baby’s head in the crook of your arm, and your other arm around the baby or underneath him. Lift the arm with baby’s head slightly so he’s in a semi-upright position. You never want to feed baby when he’s lying down–the formula can flow into the middle ear, causing an infection.

Sit him up. This position works well for babies with painful gas or acid reflux. Sit Baby on your lap so he’s in a more upright position. Let his head rest on your chest or in the crook of your arm. Read the full article here…

Teresa Pitman from the TodaysParent.com portal gives the proper tips concerning the formula feeding for your baby.

The dos and don’ts of safe formula feeding

Feed your baby formula safely with tips from lactation consultant Teresa Pitman.

Whether you’ve chosen formula or need to supplement with formula because breastfeeding isn’t going as smoothly as planned, it’s important to pay careful attention to safe preparation of your baby’s milk, because the formula-fed baby does not have the immune factors that the breastfed baby does. Here is our guide to safe formula feeding.

Do Make sure powdered formula is right for your child. Because powdered formula is not sterile, babies under two months of age, or those who were born prematurely and not yet two months past their expected due date, and babies who have a compromised immune system should only be given concentrated liquid or ready-to-serve formula.

Do Check the expiration date on the formula container, make sure it is not damaged and write down the lot number in case of recalls (see Health Canada’s site for current advisories). Read the full article here…

The next video demonstrates how to bottle feed a baby correctly.

It is necessary to buy baby infant nutrition in proven large supermarkets or drug stores, as in such places the possibility of a fake is reduced to the minimum.