Posted by: Spokolet | 2004/11/04



My two year old daughter is allergic to cow milk, her told me to give her infacare, which I did , but since I have weaned her from the bottle she does'nt want to drink her milk at all, I have tried to put flavours like Nesquick in it, it seems like she can smell the milk, she does not drink it at all. The problem is that I cannot give her other dairy products like cheese, yoghurt etc since she is allergic to cow milk. Please help, where can she get her calcium from?

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The first attempt may be to try giving her yoghurt and see how she responds. Cow's milk allergy is often not a definite diagnosis and yoghurt would be a good product to try out. You may also ask our online dietician.

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Posted by: Joanne E. | 2004/11/04

At her age you need to consult her caregiver. She needs magnesium to help absorb calcium but it can be dangerous for her age if you give too much

I also wouldn't drink infacare - ugh! How about the normal soy milk - it is yummy and some of them come pre flavoured. She if she will accept those (health food shops have them)

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Posted by: Purple | 2004/11/04

She can get calcium from Broccoli, fish, calcium suplements etc.

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