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 At what age can a baby have yogurt?

Answer Pediatricians recommend that parents start their infants on yogurt at around 7 months to 8 months of age. Yogurt made with whole milk is most beneficial and it can be easily digested.Source:Wholeso... Read More »
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How old should a baby be to eat yogurt?

When the baby turns six months, he can be given yogurt. Since yogurt has bacteria, which convert lactose into simple sugars and make digestion simpler, yogurt is recommended by doctors. If the baby... Read More »
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When can you feed yogurt to a baby?

Babies can be fed yogurt as early as six months. Pediatricians recommend that if the yogurt is fruit-flavored, choose a fruit that the baby has already tasted and tolerated. If any signs of milk to... Read More »
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Why doesn't baby yogurt need refrigerated?

It has been pasteurized and acidified which makes it shelf stable while the package is still sealed. It won't have the probiotic content that you associate with fresh yogurt.
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What is he difference between Greek yogurt asnd regular yogurt?

Greek yoghurt is strained- this means it is very thick.Very very creamy and thick.It is naturally thick, with no fillers of gum like a normal american yoghurt which is full of sugar and pectin to m... Read More »
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