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    Default Which yoghurt?

    What is a good yoghurt to introduce to my 7mth old? Something i can pick up with my weekly grocery shop please! im no where near a health food shop, so that's not an option.
    Greek yoghurt has skim milk i thought they had to have whole milk?
    It's so hard to find full fat yoghurt these days?

    So what do you use?

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    I like jalna full fat plain yoghourt. Their vanilla one is very yummy too

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    Full fat Jalna is good - you should be able to get plain and Greek and in most supermarkets - you can add your own fruit
    I started DS on goats yogurt but you usually will only find that in health food/organic shops

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    Yep I started mine on Jalna at about 8 or 9 months old from memory (it's been a while lol)

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    I was going to say Jalna too!

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    Jalna. Be careful with the vanilla one though, while delicious it has more than twice the sugar of their plain yoghurt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    Jalna. Be careful with the vanilla one though, while delicious it has more than twice the sugar of their plain yoghurt.
    Agreed. I like the vanilla for me hahaha

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    Thanks ladies. We went with Jalna plain yoghurt. It's a lovely youghurt! I mix my own fruit puree into it and DS LOVED it. He would have kept going but i stopped him incase it didnt agree with him. He was fine. The smell of his nappies the next day though....not so good. i hate that dairy poo smell!

    How many times a day do you offer yoghurt for a 7mth old?

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    DS has also always been a huge fan of the whole milk, Greek Jalna. So yummy

    I still only give my DS yoghurt once in a day and not everyday....but he drinks a fair bit of milk so I am conscious of his dairy intake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the very last country song View Post
    How many times a day do you offer yoghurt for a 7mth old?
    I'd only offer it once a day.


 

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