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    Full fat here and my oldest is 7. I have no plans on changing to low fat.

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    I would never put a child on reduced fat milk, unless they had a weight issue.

    I agree with a pp about eating less processed foods and drinks, and more whole foods.

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    Low fat without a doubt. Our DS isn't very tall but has an enormous appetite so we swapped to low fat as soon as he turned 2 as he was bordering on getting fat ( not through feeding him loads of cr@p though!!)

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    Default Re: Full cream vs low fat

    Agree with the processed foods and sugar. What i see some people i know feeding their kids makes me go and not just occasionaly either, they eat junk all the time!

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    Default Full cream vs low fat

    Would never use low fat.

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    Full fat, i've never even considered buying low fat.

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    Default Full cream vs low fat

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    Full fat. It's only around 4% fat anyway. I believe all this low-fat bandwagon is overhyped and what we should be concerned about is processed foods and sugar.
    Totally agree - if you check low fat and skim milks etc the sugar is normally higher than full fat

    The problem with Dairy is that parents are told to feed their kids a few glasses of milk a day plus cheese plus yogurt - its too much! So now they say do low fat but that's worse as the sugar is higher!
    obesity and diabetes in children is on the increase and I think one of the reasons is so much conflicting information and an overdose on dairy ( and processed food and trans fats)

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    Full fat definitely, they are still too little and they need the full fat milk.

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    Default Re: Full cream vs low fat

    Do u all give them full fat cheese and yoghurt too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlemissellie View Post
    Do u all give them full fat cheese and yoghurt too?

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    I do.

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