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    Default BLW - what type of bread is best?

    DS is 6 mths and we have just started solids (BLW). We eat multigrain bread at home but I am not sure if this is okay for him or not. Would wholemeal be better?

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    DD has always had wholemeal multigrain bread (Helga's).

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    I introduced toast at 7 months and she has had multigrain bread from this point with no problems!

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    I always started my children on multigrain bread

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    Ds has always had multigrain because that's what DF and I eat.

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    Personally I would recommend wholemeal or sourdough at that age - grains can be tricky to digest - DS has wholemeal, spelt , rye or sourdough

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    Sourdough here or wholemeal just a bit easier on the young tum

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    We mostly buy multigrain bread.. Every now and then we get Helga's pumpkin 5 seed yum.

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    Thank you so much for the replies - looks like suggestions are mixed! I will think about whether its worth buying some sourdough/wholemeal so it's a bit gentler for his tummy


 

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