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    Default help - Baby has been drinking lactose free zymil for 6 months, but is not intolerant

    Baby has been drinking lactose free zymil for 6 months, but is not intolerant.
    The label says full cream milk, and bubs really enjoys the milk, she is thriving in fact, however lo is not intolerant to lactose.
    is states its full cream this milk, but nil lactose - ok to drink for easy digestion,
    or have i done the wrong thing by feeding her this milk.
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    Default help - Baby has been drinking lactose free zymil for 6 months, but is not int...

    No issues unless Bub is less than 12 months old in which case Bub should be having formula/breastmilk instead of cows milk.

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    How old is bub?

    Babies under 12mths need to have breastmilk or formula. Not cows milk.

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    Bubs was formula fed at first, then I started zymil milk at 12 month of age, she is now nearly 18months.

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    That's not an issue then.

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    no problems at all

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    I don't think that's an issue. No worries!!


 

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