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Old 05-30-2008, 01:55 PM   #1
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when can i give her yogurt?

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Anytime between 9-12 months.
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Old 05-30-2008, 03:26 PM   #3
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I gave my girl who is 8 months the freeze dried yogurt from gerber, but not even 10 mins ago we shared a yo baby yogurt cup...mmmmm blueberry ...
Ive been giving her yogurt for about 3 weeks..not everyday...She just turned 8 months......so she was probably 7.5 when i gave her the first bite
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Re: when can i give her yogurt?

This list of introducing foods is taken from this LINK. I did split up what I quoted to show you what foods fall in what age category. It didn't copy exactly like on the website. Yogurt should not be introduced until atleast 9 months old.

"Suggested ages for introducing allergenic foods
(for babies who are not at increased risk for food allergies)
NO solids (this includes cereal) or juices 0-6 months

9-12 Months
Wheat
Oranges and other citrus
Cheese
Yogurt
Soy
Peas and other legumes (except peanuts)
Egg yolk
Corn

12-18 Months
Cow's milk (including cottage cheese, ice cream)
Pork
Tomatoes

18-24 Months
Egg whites
Berries

2 Years
Chocolate

2-3 Years
Fish & seafood
Nuts (except peanuts)

3 Years
Peanuts

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Prevention of Allergies and Asthma in Children from the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology
Food Reactions from the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology
Preventing or Delaying the Onset of Food Allergies in Infants by the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network
Preventing Allergies in Infancy and Childhood from Allergy New Zealand "
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Re: when can i give her yogurt?

At my 6-month the ped. ok'd all solids except honey and nut butters. Canaan has yogurt almost every AM and loves it-he started solids early though (which I tried to avoid) because he was so hungry he basically spent all of his awake time nursing. He also tolerates different foods well and hasn't had any reactions so far.
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At my 6-month the ped. ok'd all solids except honey and nut butters. Canaan has yogurt almost every AM and loves it-he started solids early though (which I tried to avoid) because he was so hungry he basically spent all of his awake time nursing. He also tolerates different foods well and hasn't had any reactions so far.
That really surprises me that a ped ok'd everything except honey and nut butters at 6 months old. There are MANY foods that have a high and very serious allergy risk.

The list I provided has the ages listed for when you should introduce the allergenic foods.
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My son is 11 months and I just started giving him yogurt a couple of weeks ago. I get the "Yo, Baby" organic yogurt and he loves it!
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I think its 12mths but i think she'd be fine as long as its not hurting/bothering her and she doesn't have any bad reactions just make sure theres no huge chunks of fruit. stonyfeild is a good baby yogurt.
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Re: when can i give her yogurt?

I gave my DD some Minigo yogurt at about 6 months old. They had a sample at Costco and I let her try some. No reactions, and she's had it a couple times since then. She has had no bad reactions to any food and we don't give it to her every day (not happy about the sugar in it) but it's a treat once in a while.
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Re: when can i give her yogurt?

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This list of introducing foods is taken from this LINK. I did split up what I quoted to show you what foods fall in what age category. It didn't copy exactly like on the website. Yogurt should not be introduced until atleast 9 months old.

"Suggested ages for introducing allergenic foods
(for babies who are not at increased risk for food allergies)
NO solids (this includes cereal) or juices 0-6 months

9-12 Months
Wheat
Oranges and other citrus
Cheese
Yogurt
Soy
Peas and other legumes (except peanuts)
Egg yolk
Corn

12-18 Months
Cow's milk (including cottage cheese, ice cream)
Pork
Tomatoes

18-24 Months
Egg whites
Berries

2 Years
Chocolate

2-3 Years
Fish & seafood
Nuts (except peanuts)

3 Years
Peanuts

Sources:
Prevention of Allergies and Asthma in Children from the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology
Food Reactions from the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology
Preventing or Delaying the Onset of Food Allergies in Infants by the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network
Preventing Allergies in Infancy and Childhood from Allergy New Zealand "
Wow! That is a super restrictive list! Why is fish and Seafood so late? Peyton has been eating fish/shrimp since around 12-18 months. And berries? Those were a favor it snack of his when he was younger.Can anyone explain that?
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