feeding babies meat and dairy.

Holly - posted on 04/16/2011 ( 7 moms have responded )




My Holly is 8mths. and i started feeding her yogurt and chicken.
So many people say wait till one yr. and then others say it is ok.
When did you start feeding your LO meat and dairy?


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Laura - posted on 10/05/2017




meat is very toxic it is taking a dead body in to your self will cut one;s life --the actor John Wayne had 27 feet of undigested meat in his intestines discovered in his autopsy ` accumulated over many many years... ,so you see,even tough adults cannot digest the putrid stuff~~ it will cut one's life short... as will white sugar ,corn syrup and dairy ... use almond milk instead... a child should stop nursing when he or she wishes. ( child led weaning ) .. i am an advocate of very extended breastfeeding..look up the impotent and meaningful advantages of moms milk.. the UN recommends nursing at least part time till age 2 or even 3
now cow milk is the #1 cause of type 2 diabetes and has 4 to 5 million pus pockets of nasty bacteria per half gallon and also chemicals see on net~ " notmilk.com.'...i am a health professional,and nutritionist ,,also an herbalist.

Stifler's - posted on 04/17/2011




Around 6 months I fed him youghurt and then by 7 months he was chewing on bits of chicken sometimes but I didn't give him meat in his meal every day.

Lady Heather - posted on 04/16/2011




One years old before meat??? Weird. Here the health people recommend meat as a first food (as in starting at 6 months). We gave it to our daughter just before 7 months I think. She started yogurt around the same time. Basically we did a few fruits and veg and then the meat and non-milk dairy (oxymoron?) were introduced.

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Yogurt is one of the only things my 7mo son likes! I only give him plain yogurt with no added sugar, of course.

He's sucked on a piece of chicken before. But he doesn't have any teeth yet, so he couldn't do much with it.

I think meat is fine if your baby can handle it and wants it.

Cow's milk is a no-no before one year, but yogurt is more digestible and I think unless there is a history of allergies in the family, it's fine.

Elizabeth - posted on 04/16/2011




we started cereals at 5 months veggies and fruits at 6 and 7 months everything else

I find if you wait too long to give them some solids they don't know how to deal with them. Then you have issues with them not wanting solid foods.

Amy - posted on 04/16/2011




ground soft meats when they had teeth to handle it and ability to not choke. My kids were getting bites of mashed potatoes with butter/sour cream/milk in them pretty young. Not made meals out of them, but trying it. My kids would eat sour cream by the spoonful if you'd let them! I had a baby grinder and our little ones ate whatever we did as soon as they could handle it. Depends on how well your little one does with foods. My son only had breastmilk until he was a year, then went to almond milk, then dairy. but my daughter- as soon as i could get her off the synthetic vitamins in formula, i thought, the better. no allergies at all and my kids eat nearly anything. fish is usually really soft and easier for them too, just check for mercury safe fish. :)

Shannon - posted on 04/16/2011




I started my kids on meats at 6 months one new one a week until i was sure they had no allergies, by 8 months we were doing mixed meals and they LOVED yogurt, still do, we very rarely had any diaper rashes when we introduced the yogurt, the live cultures helps prevent diarrrhea also :-)

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