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Old 01-05-2013, 08:51 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by rhodesestrada
At some point were your babies able to tolerate dairy while still BFing? I already eliminate gluten and meat from my diet and adding dairy to this seems restrictive if it is for the whole BFing term.
Depends on the child. Dairy is a big one though.
It can be restrictive but it's completely worth it.

My older ds started to tolerate small amounts of dairy ingredients in things ( like whey protein) sometime around 10 months or so and out grew it mostly around 14-15 months. He can now eat cheese and yogurt but doesn't drink milk.

My dd at a year still reacts to even the smallest trace amount of dairy, beef, soy, nuts or eggs in my diet as well as hers.

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