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What Causes Colic In Babies





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Dr. Brown's Natural Flow Newborn Feeding Set


Dr. Brown's Natural Flow Newborn Feeding Set



Dr. Brown's Natural Flow baby bottles are the only bottles designed by a doctor to help reduce colic, spit-up, burping and gas. Dr. Brown's bottles feature the patented internal vent system, which creates positive-pressure just like breastfeeding. This fully-vented bottle design produces a more comfortable feeding by eliminating the vacuum and excess air ingestion. It's the venting system your baby deserves, in a choice of bottles to fit your lifestyle. Dr. Brown's bottles are also easy to clean and dishwasher safe.

Colic. The word strikes fear in the heart of any parent. This mysterious ailment seems to have its roots in the belly of the baby, although no one has determined for sure what causes these uncontrollable bouts of crying in newborns. However, it is certain that a baby with gas is an unhappy baby, and anything that alleviates that pain can only be a good thing. Enter Dr. Brown’s Natural Flow Newborn Feeding Set. For parents who bottle-feed, for whatever reason, these specialized bottles may make the difference between a howling, gassy baby and one who is content and well-fed. What’s the secret?
Internal Vent Decreases Vacuum Effect
A patented system enables babies to feed more comfortably because the built-in vent discourages ingestion of air bubbles. It also prevents the development of a vacuum, which helps reduce fluid in the ear. Ensuring that the milk in the bottle flows out through the nipple while the air is channeled through a tube to the other end also eliminates another unique problem of bottle-feeding: nipple collapse. The positive-pressure design mimics breastfeeding and can be used with breast milk or formula.
In Plain English, Please
The bottle prevents air bubbles from getting into baby’s tummy.
No Air Bubbles, No Gas
And no gas, no colic…at least that’s the principle. At a minimum, baby will be more comfortable while his digestive system develops.
A Note to Parents
The first time parents use the Natural Flow system, they will need to be very conscientious about reading and following the detailed instructions. No shortcuts, please! Washing the bottle parts carefully is always important, and resisting the urge to become cavalier about mixing formula, heating milk, or checking for tears or cracks is important to your baby’s health and safety. Time spent attending to these details is well spent.
What’s in the Box?
Dr. Brown’s newborn feeding set includes everything needed to get started on the wonderful, ever-changing world of sustaining an infant (except the actual milk, that is): Three 8-ounce standard baby bottles, two 4-ounce standard baby bottles, five Level-One silicone nipples, two extra Level-Two silicone nipples (faster-flowing for the older baby), five 2-piece patented internal vents, two storage/travel caps, three cleaning brushes, and instructions. --Emilie Coulter










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Zebra Swallowtail on Yellow Colic Root




Zebra Swallowtail on Yellow Colic Root





Eurytides marcellus - the zebra swallowtail - on yellow colic root. There were zebra swallowtails zipping past me left and right as I hiked through seasonal floodplains and depression marshes sections of the prairie, but most of them would not stay still for anything. They zipped by the milkweeds, sabatias, meadow beauties, tickseed, cone flowers, and many other species of native wildflowers that were bloomed abundantly that day. Finally, as we were nearing the end to our 7-mile hike, I saw a Zebra Swallowtail land on a wand of yellow colic root, Aletris lutea . A few more butterflies began to feed on the colic root as well, and I able to observe and capture a few images of this stunning butterfly.











Zebra Swallowtail on Yellow Colic Root




Zebra Swallowtail on Yellow Colic Root





Eurytides marcellus - the zebra swallowtail - on yellow colic root. There were zebra swallowtails zipping past me left and right as I hiked through seasonal floodplains and depression marshes sections of the prairie, but most of them would not stay still for anything. They zipped by the milkweeds, sabatias, meadow beauties, tickseed, cone flowers, and many other species of native wildflowers that were bloomed abundantly that day. Finally, as we were nearing the end to our 7-mile hike, I saw a Zebra Swallowtail land on a wand of yellow colic root, Aletris lutea . A few more butterflies began to feed on the colic root as well, and I able to observe and capture a few images of this stunning butterfly.









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