The no heat baby bottle has disposable little capsules that contain chemicals that create heat as a bi-product of their chemical reaction. The cartridge contains water and salt, which creates heat as the salt becomes re-hydrated.
Is the salt bad for the baby at all.
The salt is not in the baby’s milk, it is in a cartridge that is separate from the refillable milk or formula section. So the contents of the cartridge (salt) never comes in contact with the milk, the area where the cartridge is is just close to the milk section so it heats it. Once the chemical reaction has occurred and the milk has been heated, the cartridge is removed and thrown away, and a new one is needed the next time you need warm milk.
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