Review of Dr. Brown's Natural Flow BPA-Free Baby Bottles
This week we have been discussing Bisphenol-A (BPA) a hormone-disrupting chemical that is now considered harmful to human health and the environment. It has been known that scratched and worn polycarbonate feeding bottles will leach this chemical into liquids.
This week, we have been reviewing baby bottles that are BPA-free.
Dr. Brown’s is another baby bottle manufacturer that makes BPA-free baby bottles. Designed by a doctor in 1996 and patented in 1997, the Dr. Brown’s Natural Flow® baby bottle was the first baby bottle to feature an internal vent system that eliminated the vacuum, air bubbles and negative pressure associated with conventional bottle feeding. Dr. Brown’s offers a completely safe glass bottle. But their new Dr. Brown’s plastic baby bottles and training cups are completely FREE of Bisphenol-A (BPA), PVC, lead, and phthalates.
Remember, all glass bottles are inert and cannot leach BPA chemicals into liquids, foods, or the environment.
To learn more about Dr. Brown’s Natural Flow glass bottles visit their web site by clicking here.
Dr. Brown’s Natural Flow
· Dishwasher safe
· Microwave safe
· Venting system
· Easy to heat
· Can boil safely
· Milk stays warmer longer in glass bottles than in plastic bottles
· Good variety of sizes and shapes
· Difficult to clean
· Leaks if not upright
· Doesn’t come with a protective sleeve
· Their glass bottles are more expensive than plastic bottles
· All glass bottles are somewhat vulnerable to breakage
What do you like Dr. Brown's Natural Flow BPA-free baby bottles?