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Pink, Blue... and Green: Keeping Your New Baby Earth-Friendly

You want your baby to grow up in an environmentally secure world. Here are some of the steps you can take to help raise your kids in a green environment.

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The very best thing you can do for your baby is to breastfeed. That's the healthiest option, and it cuts down on the supplies you need. Nevertheless, there will be times when a bottle is necessary. Plastic and glass bottles require a similar amount of energy to produce, so choose one you like and stick with it. You may be familiar with the debate over plastic baby bottles that contain the chemical Bisphenol-A. It's not just that chemical-free bottles are a good choice for your baby's health; they also help preserve the health of the planet.

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