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Breast Milk-Based Formula: The Next Step in Infant Nutrition

A breast milk-based infant formula is the clear next step in the evolution of breast milk alternatives. Using modern science, Harmony can produce breast milk proteins and other components that are identical to those found in breast milk, so cow’s milk-based alternatives are no longer needed.  Parents have always needed an alternative to breast milk because, let’s

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6 Questions For Dr. Neil

Dr. Neil Schauer is Harmony’s Chief Science Officer and an expert in recombinant proteins with years of experience creating brand new kinds of pharmaceuticals and treatments. Beyond this, he is a loving father and grandfather with much to offer in terms of family care. We sat down with Dr. Neil to take a deeper look

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Cow’s Milk Allergy Symptoms to Watch Out For

If you suspect your baby may be suffering from Cow’s Milk Allergy or any other type of digestive illness, it is always best to see your pediatrician for a proper medical diagnosis and treatment. Cow’s Milk Allergy impacts 17% of babies and can cause a wide variety of symptoms so it can often be difficult

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One in Six Babies Will Suffer Allergic Reactions to Cow’s Milk

Dr. Victoria Martin, MD, MPH, found that 17% of infants meet the criteria for Cow’s Milk Allergy as part of her groundbreaking study, Prospective Assessment of Pediatrician-Diagnosed Food Protein-Induced Allergic Proctocolitis by Gross or Occult Blood (2020). This shows that Cow’s Milk Allergy (also known as FPIAP) is a much larger problem than previously thought,

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Parenthood is Challenging. Harmony is Here to Help.

Parenthood is really, really hard. Whether you choose to breastfeed, formula feed, or combo feed, and regardless of whether your baby has allergies, parenthood will always be challenging, stressful, and sometimes downright scary. Harmony is built by parents, so we understand how hard it can be. We also know that it takes healthy parents in

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Harmony is for Allergy Prevention, for Allergy Treatment, and for Every Baby

Standard infant formula uses cow’s milk as its nutritional basis. Cow’s milk does not match up with the nutrition that growing infants require to properly develop and can cause issues such as Cow’s Milk Allergy (CMA). By utilising breast milk components, Harmony replaces the need for cow’s milk in formula. This has benefits for treating

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“It Sounds Amazing!” Read What Parents Are Saying About Our Baby Formula

Although Harmony Baby Formula is not yet available on the market, parents are already showing their excitement! Here is what some of them are saying about our upcoming formula based on breast milk components: “Non-GMO and hypoallergenic caught my attention because those are some of the components that many other products lack, but what excites

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When Less Is More: Standard Formula May Overfeed Your Baby

Many infant formulas could actually overfeed your baby. Ultimately, it comes down to the quality versus the quantity of the ingredients in the formula. While a formula with high quality ingredients has a denser nutritional profile that will better meet the nutritional needs of a growing infant, a formula with low quality ingredients can be

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Protein Farming: Our Technology at a Glance

At Harmony, we believe technology is the way forward to creating the most natural alternatives to breast milk. We use a technology called protein farming, also known as precision fermentation, to harvest human breast milk proteins that serve as the basis for our infant formula, delivering the nutrition that nature has built for babies. Protein

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8 Facts About Cow’s Milk and Infant Nutrition

Breast milk has all the nutrition a baby needs to healthily grow and develop, yet cow’s milk is used as the basis for almost all infant formula. Since cow’s milk is designed for calves and breast milk is designed for human infants, it is no surprise that cow’s milk and breast milk are quite different.

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