Childhood Diseases

Question
Posted by: Dolly | 2011/05/01

Q.

Nan Pearson VS Parmalat first growth

My boy is 1 year. I was thinking of giving him Parmalat first growth, but the challenge is it is sweet and Pelargon is a bit sour. I am afraid he might not drink it. Should I stick to Nan Pelargon or try Parmalat?

Expert's Reply

A.

Paediatrician

As your son is now 1 year old he can go directly on to full cream cow's milk now if you do not wish to use a sweet tasting milk.If you wish you can continue to use the NAN Pelargon for another month or two but by then you will definitely need to change milks.

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Posted by: Racoon | 2011/05/03

Hi there

I have a handy tip - start by mixing the cows milk and the NAN, about 75% Nan and 25% cowsmilk. Then reduce the amount of NAN and increase the cows milk until you LO is happy with pure cow''s milk.

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