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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    I can't say I have seen one, but as PP suggested there are several powdered ones on the market, you could mix with water or juice or milk and try that. I've only tried inner health powder with DS and it seems to dissolve completely, untraceable 😉
    Even in water? My DS only drinks water, so we can't sneak it into milk or anything.

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    I don't know if they will deliver but check out biogaia they have liquid stuff. Seems to be more popular in the states than in Aus

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    Would he eat it in a teaspoon of yoghurt? I've got the powder and I mix it with a tiny amount of yoghurt for my DD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    Would he eat it in a teaspoon of yoghurt? I've got the powder and I mix it with a tiny amount of yoghurt for my DD.
    He doesn't eat yogurt any more He used to eat custard but has recently stopped.

    We are working on expanding his diet through OT, so hopefully in time he'll start expanding his dietary range again.

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    Dangerous territory but will he eat the chocolate ball probiotics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    Even in water? My DS only drinks water, so we can't sneak it into milk or anything.
    I know we've done it before, was going to double check before replying but just realised we're out of it atm. Definitely can't taste it, just wanted to double check it wasn't visible or traceable in water. These days it goes into DS milk, yoghurt or smoothies - which I understand aren't options for you atm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Dangerous territory but will he eat the chocolate ball probiotics?
    Nope! I thought I'd hit the jackpot when I bought them, but he won't try them (he only eats 'purple' Cadbury chocolate).

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    Would reverse psychology work? Could you leave a chocolate probiotic on a table and tell him he's not allowed to have it? My DD is 4 and I am fairly certain that if I did that and left the room for a while she would eat it. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    Nope! I thought I'd hit the jackpot when I bought them, but he won't try them (he only eats 'purple' Cadbury chocolate).
    Can you eat a Cadbury chocolate and use the wrapper to wrap up the pre-biotic 😜

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    Would reverse psychology work? Could you leave a chocolate probiotic on a table and tell him he's not allowed to have it? My DD is 4 and I am fairly certain that if I did that and left the room for a while she would eat it. Lol
    Hey, it's worth a shot! He's not easily fooled, but if we make a game of it and he thinks he's being sneaky, it might just work.

    @babyno1onboard, I don't think he'd fall for that, but it wouldn't hurt to try! No harm in using a bit of trickery


 

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