Childhood Diseases

Question
Posted by: MJP | 2009/07/07

Q.

Just to make sure (1627)

Morning doctor

In the post of 1627 you said I can certainly change to normal full cream milk when my son is 12 months. I just want to make sure, must I start giving him bits of Clover milk to make him used to the taste or will he be fine with this milk because he eats ice cream?

I want to take away his formula completely, because I feel if he eats everything we eat thats on the table why cant he drink normal milk as well.

Is Nesquick in moderation harmful for kiddies at 1 year?

Thank you so much for the help doctor, I really do appreciate it.

Expert's Reply

A.

Paediatrician

You are welcome. You will be able to start your baby on full cream milk directly. I am not all that keen on using Nesquik for babies of one year.

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