Home > Experts > Question Search health advice Find an answer Question Posted by: Benny | 2008/10/09 Q.How much milk/Nido? Hello everyone.. My son is 11 and a half months old, and I' ve started giving him Nido. I would like to know how many bottles he can have? When I spoke to the sister I' ve been taking him to for his innoculations, I got some attitude ( maybe because I called after hours - after she told me to contact her ANYTIME if I had any questions ) and she said that when he gets to the ACTUAL age that he can have Nido, he should only be drinking around 2 bottles of milk a day.How many bottles, on average, do/did your one-year-olds drink?Thanks!Benny More: All ExpertsForumArchive 4 user comments C. Posted by: Lyndon | 2013/07/11 Minimum of 2 feeds, max of 3. U shud be able to tell if ur son needs 2 or 3 for a day Reply to Lyndon Posted by: E. | 2008/10/10 My 12 month old son drinks 3 x 225ml bottles of Nido per day (6am 3pm & 7pm). The milk seems a lot more watery than NAN, so I' m not sure if it fills him up as much. I give him cows milk with his cereal. Reply to E. Posted by: S-p | 2008/10/09 My daughter will be 12 months on 29 Oct ... i am on my last tin of Nan 2 now, and then she will change to Nido. I have also heard 2 cups of milk a day ... 500ml. My LO will probably drink that in about 3 bottles though - or 3 x 150ml.Enjoy your son' s 1st birthday :-) Reply to S-p Posted by: Colagirl | 2008/10/09 hithats right - about 2 bottles - 500ml per day.my LO started with Nido also around 12 months. Reply to Colagirl Want to comment? Your name (optional) Your comment To prevent spam please solve this simple math problem: × Thanks for commenting! Your comment will appear on the site shortly. × Thanks for commenting! Your comment will appear on the site shortly. Reply to Your name (optional) Your comment To prevent spam please solve this simple math problem: Close Submit comment advertisement From our sponsors A number of good reasons why saving the tooth is a better option Breakfast like a King Alzheimer’s disease – incurable but preventable Cancer is a word that strikes fear into the hearts of many.