Less Oxidation Helps Maintain Vitamins C, A, E & Lipids
Vaccuum-Free Feeding like Breastfeeding
New Research A recent university study set out to measure nutrient levels in baby bottle breastmilk and formula. It was determined that Dr. Brown's fully-vented bottles help maintain levels of important nutrients. The Dr. Brown's vent system reduces air bubble oxidation of the milk, which is very fragile and susceptible to nutrient loss.
Patented Internal Vent System Air enters the bottle collar and routes directly through the internal vent system. The air channels through the vent tube, bypassing the milk, to the end of the bottle. The vent prevents aeration of the milk, vacuum pressure and nipple collapse. Baby feed comfortably while the milk flows freely, like breastfeeding.
Health Tip: Vitamincs C, A & E and lipids, or "good fats", are all naturally occurring in mom's breastmilk and ar critical for health and growth in intimacy.
Glass bottles can break. Bottles should be inspected before each use for sharp edges and fragments or flakes of glass that may have become dislodged and are loose inside the bottle. Do not use bottles if there are any cracks of chips on the bottle. Sudden temperature changes can cause glass bottles to crack or break. Be sure bottle and liquid are same temperature when filling or warming. Do not use a microwave oven to heat the bottle because microwave ovens can create hotspots in milk or formula. Always test temperature of liquid before feeding baby. This bottle may only be used with adult supervision. Do not let child feed themselves with glass. Do not let child walk with glass. Do not let a child take a bottle to bed. Before first use, sterilize bottle, nipple and parts by leaving them in boiling water for five (5) minutes. After every use, bottle, nipple and parts should be washed thoroughly with hot, soapy water.