- Filtered water.
- Boiled water (allow to cool to room temperature before mixing with formula).
- Bottled water. Note: some experts recommend boiling bottle water in the event the water is contaminated.
- Tap water. Contact your local water department to find out amount of fluoride and presence of other compounds in your water.
- Special note: Ask your water department if the chemical perchlorate is present in your water and the amount that is present.
- Avoid fluorinated water until your child is over 6 months of age.
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Author : Diba Tillery RN, BSN, IBCLC, CPST
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