TheresaB wrote:Out of my league, but one thought, has your friend tried A-2 cow's milk? Other thoughts - goat milk (although you read that isn't a good substitute), sheep and water buffalo milk also contain the healthier casein A-2 protein. Camel milk is lower in lactose and also contains the A2 protein, plus I've heard (no first hand experience) that it is very good for us, although expensive.
CarrieS wrote:I wonder if there is something like a "breast milk bank" in your friend's area. A friend on mine's niece is quite the "producer" so freezes her extra. Maybe others do too but donate it. Maybe contact the local La Leche League or a local hospital?
circular wrote:Thanks, I wouldn’t have thought of European brands. Can they be found in US stores or just online?
SoCalGuy wrote:circular wrote:Thanks, I wouldn’t have thought of European brands. Can they be found in US stores or just online?
It is difficult to find a legit distributor as the product isn't approved for import into the US. The first website I found was a total racket. You had to pay a monthly fee and then that allowed you to make purchases when they opened up orders for their latest shipment. I think I did that once but aggressively searched for better options. I eventually settled on Organic Munchkin which was much more reasonable in price and didn't have inventory shortages back when I was buying formula for my son. I just did a quick search and it looks like they got too big and no longer offer the German formula here in the US.
Here is the product if you want to try to find another site that imports their products: https://organicstart.com/lebenswert/stage-1/product
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