My DD is a jalna baby too. She LOVES the Greek yoghurt :-s tastes like sour cream to me, but she nearly launches herself out of the highchair to get it
She also has the vanilla one too.
Both DH and I are cows milk protein sensitive, but we haven't had any problems with jalna, haven't tried cows milk etc with bub yet, but yogurt seems to be fine.
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28-04-2012 20:13 #11Senior Member
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28-04-2012 21:09 #12
I've been wondering this too as DS is approaching 6 months. No one has mentioned easiyo yoghurt? Is that good for bubs?
28-04-2012 21:24 #13
Jalna, full fat.
A full fat Greek yoghurt with pureed fruits added for flavour is really healthy too.
28-04-2012 21:36 #14
We started and still eat Full fat Easiyo Greek yogurt. We find Greek yogurt a little less "tangy" than some of the natural yogurts.
If I am at Costco, I pick up the 2kg bucket of Jalna Greek yogurt because it is under $8.
28-04-2012 22:53 #15
IMO Jalna is best
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02-05-2012 23:56 #16
I use Paris creek natural yogurt. Basically made from milk and cultures. My son had this from 3 months and he loves this more than any flavoured yogurt. You can always add mashed banana, I avocado, fruits.... Etc.. I love the natural ones because you can even add it to their meals like dahl!
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