Toddler Milk Comparison Guide

In this guide, we will explore the differences between the three formula bases to help you make an informed decision.

Bubs Australia

As parents, we all want the best for our babies and toddlers, especially when it comes to their nutrition. Choosing the right formula is an important decision, and with so many options on the market, it can be overwhelming. Bubs Australia offers three different types of formula bases: goat, cow, and A2 beta-casein. Each formula has its own unique benefits, and it's essential to understand them to choose the best formula for your little one.

Goat Milk Formula



Goat milk-based formula has become increasingly popular in recent years, and for a good reason. It offers many benefits over traditional cow milk-based formulas. It contains smaller fat molecules, making it easier to break down, and it is also lower in lactose, which can help babies with sensitive tummies. The fat globules in goat milk are more similar to breast milk and the protein in goat milk is easier to digest.

Bubs Australia's goat milk-based formula is Australian made, blended and packed and enriched with essential vitamins and minerals. It contains prebiotics, probiotics, and nucleotides to support healthy gut function, immune system development, and brain development. Bubs' goat milk formula is also naturally rich in A2 goat protein, which has been linked to improved digestive health and reduced inflammation.

If your baby has a sensitive tummy or experiences colic or reflux, goat milk-based formula may be a good option.

Cow Milk Formula

grass fed formula tin

Cow milk-based formula has been the traditional formula choice for many years. Cow’s milk is a great source of protein, fat, and carbohydrates that support your baby's growth and development. Bubs Australia's cow milk-based formula is made with premium New Zealand grass-fed cow milk and is organic and free from pesticides, preservatives, and GMOs.

Cow milk-based formula is high in lactose, which is beneficial for babies' brain development. It also contains whey and casein protein, which provide a balance of slow and fast-digesting proteins that support muscle growth and repair.

If your baby does not have any digestive issues, cow milk-based formula is an excellent choice to support their nutritional needs.

A2 Beta-Casein Formula

supreme formula tin

Bubs Australia's A2 beta-casein formula is made with premium grass-fed cow milk that only contains the A2 beta-casein protein. This protein is believed to be easier to digest than A1 beta-casein protein, which is found in most cow milk-based formulas.

Bubs' A2 Supreme beta-casein formula also contains NUTRABIO+, a unique blend of essential vitamins, minerals, and prebiotics to support healthy gut function, immune system development, and brain function. NUTRABIO+ contains nutrients such as Omega 3 DHA and choline that support cognitive and eye development.

If your baby experiences digestive discomfort or has a family history of allergies, A2 beta-casein-based formula may be a good option. It is also a great choice for parents who want to provide their little ones with the benefits of cow milk-based formula without the potential digestive issues associated with A1 beta-casein protein.

Choosing the right formula for your baby or toddler can be a daunting task. Bubs Australia offers three different types of formula bases: goat, cow, and A2 beta-casein, each with their unique benefits. Goat milk-based formula is a great option for babies with sensitive tummies, while cow milk-based formula is an excellent choice for babies without any digestive issues. A2 beta-casein-based formula is a good option for babies who experience digestive discomfort or need that extra nutritional support.

It’s important to remember that this is just a guide, so be sure to consult with or seek advice from a healthcare/medical professional about formula bases and choosing one that suits your baby’s nutritional needs.

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