When my little one was born, the question on how to feed him was on the top of my list. I knew that after breastfeeding, finding a bottle that gelled with him had to be a solid win (waking up at 4 a.m. to feed and bottle struggles? No, thank you). I wanted one that helped to prevent [...]
One of the best baby bottles that mimics breastfeeding is the pint-size, domed Nanobébé that has a thoughtful rounded outer and concave inner design. This means that pumped breast milk (or formula) can be warmed or cooled quickly and stored easily (and it even stacks to save space). Plus, the nipple is triple-vented to prevent [...]
Not only will this savvy little bottle remind you of, ahem, your milk’s source, it’s also designed to preserve breastmilk nutrients essential to your baby’s health. Plus, the unique shape heats and cools quickly (limiting bacteria growth) and makes it even easier for babies to hold and self-feed. Sounds like a little more free time for you, mama! Pro tip: Use [...]
We thought we’d seen it all when it came to baby bottles. There are bottles with complex anti-colic systems, reshaped nipples to better fit in baby’s mouth and even a bottle that’s soft and squishable. But the new nanobébé bottle is making us rethink everything we know by completely breaking the baby bottle mold — and fixing moms’ biggest bottle feeding problems [...]
"When moms warm breast milk in the traditional way, there is a good chance that they are unknowingly damaging the nutritional and immunity-boosting properties of the milk. Additionally, the milk is likely heated unevenly, causing hot spots, which can harm the baby," said Rallie McAllister, MD, MPH, nanobébé SpokesDoctor, family physician and coauthor of The Mommy [...]
Any breastfeeding or pumping mama knows that breast milk truly is liquid gold. But did you know that according to some studies, storing and warming the milk may damage its nutrients? Enter nanobébé: the first bottle that speeds up the breast milk warming process without compromising nutrients or creating bacteria. Read the full article here:
The World Health Organization and the UN children's agency recently called for legislation against the promotion of breastmilk substitutes. The organizations claim that due to the marketing of breastmilk substitutes, far too many babies are still being raised on formula.