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Looking for Vegan Formula for Babies in the USA. Any recommendation?

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Anyone in here use this in the USA?
Looking for a vegan formula.
I’m not making a lot of breast milk and he has a tongue and lip tie which significantly impacts how much he can suck. We’re getting that resolved Thursday now.

Looking to do both formula and breast milk how I can.

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Inez Ma (anonymous)

Fed and happy baby is most important and most ethical imho so do what you have to. I know you said you don’t think you want another human’s milk but if you’re looking for just a small amount to supplement until revisions I might be able to help. My milk seems to be pretty solid calorie wise – my 3 month old is in 12 month clothing. Just let me know.

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Ann (anonymous)

I thought you were in the uk, we have neocate here..

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Herpal K. (anonymous)

Donor milk is bet bet because ordering formula online(as vegan formula isn’t sold in US) is very pricy.

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Kinga Fourth (anonymous)

We use Earth’s Best because the French stuff is way too expensive!

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Sarah (anonymous)

We had great experience with Earths Best organic soy formula (vegan except the vit D), not as good experience with premiriz 100% vegan formula from France. Let me know if you want my detailed experience with both.

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Sharon Lucky (anonymous)

I use a soy base formula. After I got extremely sick it wasn’t possible for me to breastfeed because of the medication I am on. No formula is 100% vegan, which is heartbreaking, but veganism is about doing the least amount of harm possible.

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Kate (anonymous)

You won’t find a vegan formula in the United States. Soy formula is the closest you’ll get. The vitamin D in it will not be vegan.

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Ashley Vallesteros (anonymous)

Hi. My baby is 2.5 wks old now. I pump my breast milk and pump out 20-30ml every 2-3 hours and I pump for about 10-15 minutes. My baby eats 120ml (4oz) every 3-4 hours… So I supplement with Prosobee. I haven’t had any problems with this formula.

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Sandra P. (anonymous)

You absolutely can! You can look on a local Vegan moms page and ask for milk there, or search on a donor group. Many babies have sensitivities to certain ingredients, so it’s not at all uncommon to be able to find a donor who excludes ingredients from their diet (at least while breast-feeding).

But, especially for those of us who cannot get vegan formula, I would argue that even breastmilk from an omnivore or vegetarian (freely given) is as Vegan friendly (if not more Vegan) than buying a non-vegan formula. And, I would argue it is the more ideal nutrition for a baby human.

(please don’t take this as an attack or shaming towards anyone. We all do what we think is best. I just want to make sure people searching for options have all of them. Often times I see donor breastmilk being overlooked as an option)

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Olivia (anonymous)

How do you know it will be from a vegan? Do you get some info about the donors?

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Sandra P. (anonymous)

But another human’s milk is the closest to what your baby needs. It’s formulated for baby humans, and it’s vegan and it’s free. I understand the initial weirdness factor, but that’s very societal. Maybe worth trying to get past for baby’s sake. Good luck with whatever you decide.

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Sky (anonymous)

Human Milk for Human Babies is a great group. Even if you just use it partially, it could offset the cost of the French formula which is vegan.

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Maria Costes (anonymous)

Also a great option Jenny! I also learned there are programs that give you donor milk for free which is a lot more cost friendly than formula.

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Jenny (anonymous)

Have you considered donor breastmilk? It’s a good vegan alternative!

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Rita Franks (anonymous)

We used Gerber Soy for my son. We had all the same issues.