Reality TV star and mother of three Kristin Cavallari has been making waves in recent weeks while promoting her new book Balancing in Heels. Just last week she shared an image of herself pumping milk backstage during her book tour. However, she’s now under fire for what she does once the breast pumping days are over.
Cavallari, 29, has spoken openly about only being able to manage breastfeeding for six months before switching to the bottle. But in a recent interview with People magazine, she explained her concerns around processed formula, and presented an alternative, homemade goats milk recipe she gives her children. In the article, she said that glucose syrup solids, an ingredient found in most formulas, were a serious concern for her and her husband, Jay Cutler.
Therefore, the couple consulted their pediatrician to develop a ‘natural’ formula for their kids. The alternative formula is made from goat’s milk, cod liver oil, and other organic ingredients.
So nice to be home in the middle of my #BookTour with my babies #BalancinginHeels **earrings @emeraldduvjewelry for those of u asking…???? A photo posted by Kristin Cavallari (@kristincavallari) on