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      My 2 kids were the same way. Canned or powdered formula mixed with room temp nursery water, I never warmed it!! Both are super healthy.

      My son is 16, 6’2″, 175 lbs.(he’sstill growing), daughter is 19, 5’6″ 125lbs. I never had a problem with colic either. With the food, I only “knocked the chill off”, and they both ate like champs…still do to this day!!

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      From: Karen
      Sent: Sunday, July 20, 2008 4:04 PM
      Subject: Re: : Is there such a thing as MYO Baby Formula?

      My 2 sons were raised on the canned milk formula because 30-40 yrs
      ago there wasn’t much else. When I brought my son home in ’68, he
      was crying as I was heating his bottle – being 18 yrs old, really
      tired, middle of the night, not thinking – I took him in the cold
      bottle – stuck it in his mouth and said “See, its not warm yet” (like
      I really thought a baby would understand). He started drinking it
      and drank more than usual.

      Next morning, I heated it and he would
      only drink a little. gave him the next feeding cold and he drank it
      down. I called the Dr and he said if he’ll drink it cold – go ahead –
      he’ll never get colic.
      Not positive that was the reason but I fed the next son cold formula
      too and both did well and never had colic.

      ONE big problem – they
      wouldn’t touch warm food until they were about 3 years old!! It had
      to be room temp or colder. KarenMO

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