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    You can cook with normal milk, as cooking breaks down the proteins. They're just not meant to have it as a pure drink.


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    Thanks to all the other posters for some good ideas. One of your Q's was ~ What is a good formula? If you still decide to go there after all the above good ideas, we've tried a few and found the best for us is Bellamy's Organic. It actually tastes delicious (in powder form it tastes like caramel), unlike the other formulas that taste like #%$& !

    I taste everything that goes into my bub's mouth, if you're wondering how I know...

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    I use normal full-fat cows milk. Unless you know your LO has a cows-milk intolerence it is fine to use dairy products, like milk, yogurt, cheese etc, just not as a milk (ie breastmilk/formula) substitute. Like any new food, trial it first to make sure he/she has no reaction.

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    Thank you everyone for your advise and help. I have started my DS on Rice Milk for breakfast and he hasn't had a reaction - still happily eats his breakfast.
    I think when I start him on cows milk I will use the A2 as I think its better than the home brands.
    I am sorry it has taken me so long to thank you all my DS does keep me busy these days and housework gets away with me. When my DH is home I don't see the computer so makes it hard but thankful for all your help.
    My DS has yoghurt and the first day he did three poos which usually two is a max in one day. There is a slight dairy intolerance in my family - I'm slight and DM bad so thats why I'm cautious about cows milk. I haven't done cheese yet but that is on the to introduce next list
    I'm very lucky that my DS is a FABULOUS eater and eats anything you give him.
    Thank you very much again. Its all been greatly appreciated.


 

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