Concentrate Formula Question

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lin7604 - February 9

i just switched my ds as the grocery store didn't have any powder, so i grabbed concentrate. why is it so much darker? and it seems thicker too, or is it just me?

 

Linda99 - February 9

It is thicker that's for sure. I don't know about darker, that maybe an individual formula thing. I don't really know why, just telling you it's not just you!

 

Emmie - February 10

this is probably a dumb question but when you add water to it wont it make it lighter and thinner. I dont use formula but it is just a thought.

 

Rabbits07 - February 10

I was thinking the same as Emmie.

 

lin7604 - February 10

well yes it does but formula is thicker then b___stmilk or regular milk for that matter. He is on lactose free and i found the powder to be white, white and the concentrate is more beige. so if it's thicker wouldn't that fill them upm oe and they would eat a little less?

 

Rabbits07 - February 10

I wouldn't think so as the volume would still be the same (eg. 4 fluid oz. is 4 fluid oz. no matter how thick it is).

 

lin7604 - February 10

i do know what you are saying though but i tell you, if you open up a can and mix it and put it into a container and do ther same with milk and swish it around or go to pour you will see a difference. My ds was on soy for a while and i tell you that is much thinner the even the regular lactose free powder stuff. i don't know why but they are different.

 

lin7604 - February 10

oh the point to that was that when my ds was on soy he ate a lot more as it was thinnner.

 

drea - February 10

the pre-made is darker and the consistency is different, dont know why but it is. I prefer the powder though, my dd's belly gets upset with the pre-made.

 

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