chocolate flavoured formula
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OhJessie - posted on 04/26/2011
I let my son have the occasional chocolate-spiked goat's milk when he was 7 or 8 or more months (ok so I can't remember exactly; it was a long time ago) but when I asked the doctor about his dry skin patches he said that was a common reaction to chocolate in babies, so then I didn't anymore. It certainly didn't make them fat (having babies made me fat; it's not a death sentence, nor is it an "epidemic". Anyone who wants to learn more about that should watch "Fat Head", a documentary in response to Morgan Spurlock. It's on netflix instant.)
I wouldn't feed a baby on chocolate-spiked formula (but then I nursed) but once they're eating solids there's nothing wrong with some pudding - it's got eggs and milk in it. Chocolate really isn't poison lol.
April - posted on 04/29/2010
i didn't know about not giving chocolate until after age 2...i don't give it to my son but my family has given him all kinds of junk that i don't wish for him to have! thanks for the heads up..i will be sure to share that with anyone who wants to give him chocolate!!
Marcy - posted on 04/28/2010
Oh no, I better rush home and marinate my breasts in Hersey Syrup...HAHA. My son is 3 1/2 and till nurses. My mom let him have choc milk when she came out to visit about a month ago. it was the first time he had it. he told me he'd rather have Boo (the boob). This is right in line with all the crap that is on the lower shelves at the grocery stores. Makes me sick to my stomach.
Nicole - posted on 04/24/2010
Yeah, just like the Enfamil Restfull: http://www.enfamil.com/app/iwp/enfamil/p...
These companies have no care about the health of babies, they care about making money off of unsuspecting and ignorant parents! So sad!
Anneke - posted on 04/24/2010
I am thankful after thikning about it its not from birth but i have seen deserts full of sugar and choc from 3 months thats far worse! my mum even bought my son oneand i near cracked it over her head! the crap i got fo NOT givingit to him! and the selection boxes at xmas and eggs at easter barely one and peope think he should be filled with sweets. Got the rest of their lives to eat junk why start them that early.
Alisa - posted on 04/22/2010
This is rediculous. Your not even suposed to give them chocolate until after they are two. And at that point you can put chocolate syrup or powder directly into regular milk and save yourself 15 dollars.