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    Default Almond & Rice milk - Breastfeeding

    Hi all

    Just wondering if there are any rules against having almond or rice milk while breastfeeding? I seemed to have developed a slight intolerance to milk since having my DS 4 months ago, it just makes me feel sick. Same with ice cream (butter and cheese seem to be ok)

    As a side note my DH does have an almond allergy but I didn't avoid almonds while pregnant or so far whole breast feeding.

    Many thanks

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    Ds was allergic to dairy, soy, wheat and eggs while I was breast feeding (through my breast milk) and had severe reactions (pooing blood etc) so it's all I drank while breast feeding. When ds started solids I used them as a substitute for milk right up until he outgrew the allergies at 4. I held off on the almond milk until he was at least 2 but I drank it while breast feeding no worries xx

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    Great, thank you so much

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    My local woolies has quinoa milk too, it has a nutty taste and packed full of goodness

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    Never heard of quinoa milk ! Will check it out


 

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