- AAP confirms the safety of
goat milk infant formula
- Goat milk protein is suitable
for infant formula
- Nutritionally Complete
- Trusted brand
Our Jovie study product
Fully compliant with FDA requirements
- With iron
- Low in protein
- Fortified with DHA + ARA
- Following European and scientific insights
- Inspired by Jovie as sold in Europe
Breastmilk is the gold standard for babies. Moms (to be) may also join our study when exclusively breastfeeding their baby. Click here to learn more.
Which formula will the parent receive, goat or cow?
All formula-fed babies in our study have a 50/50 chance of receiving either our Jovie goat milk infant formula or a well-known cow milk infant formula. This is totally random, which is a requirement for the study, and it means that caregivers are not able to select their preferred infant formula.
Infants with a family history (parents or siblings) of confirmed milk or soy allergies cannot participate in our study. If a baby has a cow milk protein allergy or lactose intolerance, it is not eligible to participate in our study.
Your client should continue to see you, their pediatrician, as they normally would. In accordance with common practice, they will ask you for their babies’ feeding schedule.
What do we expect from moms, dads and caregivers who join our study?
Detailed information about our in-home clinical study can be found here.
Parents are asked to exclusively breastfeed or formula feed their baby for 16 weeks. During these 16 weeks parents will be guided by our study app.
Upon online training with one of our qualified pediatric nurses, this study app will guide caregivers how to measure and report the baby’s weight, length, and head circumference, as well as formula intake and tolerance. We will ask our participants to report any change in health (adverse events) and concomitant medication, and not to give the baby anything other than the study formula over the course of the study.
Join our Jovie Healthcare Professional Platform
In Europe, goat milk-based infant formula has already become common over the past ten years. Let us teach you all our scientific and practical insights and
join our Jovie platform for healthcare professionals here.
Do you have any questions?
Read the in-depth study FAQ here
or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Jovie study is IRB approved and listed on ClinicalTrials.gov