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Complicated: The karvonen formula is a mathematical formula that helps you determine your target heart rate (hr) training zone. The formula uses maximum and resting heart rate with the desired training intensity to get a target heart rate. Target heart rate = ( (max hr? Resting hr) × %intensity) + resting hr example.
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NA: It won't apply if you're on rate limiting meds
Elemental formula: Alimentum is a baby formula made up basic nutritional fats & sugars with proteins that have been broken down into aminoacids. This approach allows the formula to be given to kids with cow or soy allergy which are the proteins used for most baby formulas.
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No: There is no overwhelming reason to warm formula. Most mothers prefer not to warm the formula so, when out or traveling, mothers don't need to find a warming solution if one is not available. It's easy to pack bottles of water and formula powder and when the infant requires a bottle, simply mix the appropriate amount formula powder with the water in the bottle and you have a bottle ready.See 3 more doctor answers
Keep it simple: First, seriously consider nursing. If not possible, and your baby has no allergies or problems, use a milk based formula. If baby has health problems ask your doc for help. There are lots of gimmicks from formula companies right now touting their formula as best. In reality, formula is very closely regulated by the fda and not much difference between the brands unless your infant has special needs.See 1 more doctor answer
Not necessary: This practice is unnecessary. Some infants prefer it warm or cold or room temperature. You can train baby to take it in any fashion. It was common practice in the past, believing baby might loose energy warming up the feed, but the energy loss in not significant. In the microwave era, many babies actually suffer significant mouth burns when the feed is too hot.
Yes: Formula allergies do exist. Infants with formula allergies often experience excessive stooling, occasionally blood in the stool, vomiting, and eczematous conditions. Babies who solely spit up their formula probably do not have a true formula allergy. If you son is having these symptoms, discuss with your dr. There are many alternatives to milk based formulas.
I suppose, but: I never encourage heating it to begin with. Heating bottles are a old time practice that makes little sense & does little for baby. After microwaves came along it resulted in many mouth burns due to overheating. Babies get use to it at room temperature or right out of the fridge.
Yes but why?: We usually use pedialyte for vomiting and diarrhea to maintain electrolyte balance. Formula with water is balanced and has appropriate nutrients so it really isn't necessary to mix pedialyte and formula. I might suggest using a teaspoon or two of formal in a bottle of pedialyte for a child who won't drink anything but milk. This gives the taste of milk with more pedialyte.
Depends: Most urban and suburban America has monitored high quality water supplies. They monitor for purity and add needed fluoride that may or may no be present in some bottles supplies. If you have any concerns about your own plumbing, bottled water may be a better choice. I would look into where it is sourced and what it contains. It may not be as well monitored as your city supply.See 2 more doctor answers
Cow milk formula: The nutritional value of formulas in america are standardized, so they have similar amounts of calories, protein, carbohydrates, and fat. There are, however, different sources for the ingredients. For example, some formulas use cow milk protein, while others use soy protein. The type of sugars and fats in the formula may be different also. Infant formulas generally have 20 calories per ounce.See 1 more doctor answer