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Cow & Gate growing up milk 1+ £4.99 @ Asda

£4.99 @ George (Asda George)
cow and gate 900 gram growing up milk usually 6.97ish Read More
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#1
Just use normal milk, no need for Growing up milk its a waste of time.
#2
Its got more nutrients in it and my daughter won't have cow's milk in her bottle

Also Goodnight milk was £3 it comes in a smaller box usually £4.93 ish
#3
More nutrients and also alot of chemicals as well !

Goodnight milk FFS what next :roll:
#4
my daughter has had this milk since she was 1. she loves it and its really good for her!!! great deal!!! thanks
#5
yeah, i thought this growing up milk was one of those...'make you feel guilty' buys, the way it was advertised. normal milk just as good
#6
Normal milk is not as good. There's a lot more nutrients in this milk and if you balance it out it works out cheaper to use this than keep buying cow's milk. You can get upwards of 30 bottles out of a 900gm tub. With the constant deals on at the moment it works out less cost and is much better for the baby. The goodnight milk does work for settling a baby. It's a lot thicker than the normal powdered milk. Of course, breast is still best of all though.:thumbsup:
#7
Absolute rip-off by the powdered milk companies. I can't believe people are stupid enough to buy this stuff...
#8
nelson
Normal milk is not as good. There's a lot more nutrients in this milk and if you balance it out it works out cheaper to use this than keep buying cow's milk. You can get upwards of 30 bottles out of a 900gm tub. With the constant deals on at the moment it works out less cost and is much better for the baby. The goodnight milk does work for settling a baby. It's a lot thicker than the normal powdered milk. Of course, breast is still best of all though.:thumbsup:


give my child fresh food pureed along with full fat milk. all the nutrients she need are in the food and milk. tried and tested. Powdered **** with nutrients is no replacement, and i hated the advert.
#9
What a waste of money ... full fat milk and a balanced diet is all that's required
#10
Let's get one thing clear. There's nothing as good as breast milk. As long as the mother herself has a good healthy balanced diet to produce good quality milk. My baby had breast milk until she was 12 mth old and the only food that ever passes her lips is fresh food we have pureed and prepared ourselves, she's now 15 mth.

This so called powdered "s**t" is by far better for a plus one baby than any cows milk. Do your independent research like I did. Listen to what experts have to say, not the companies who make it. And it does work out slightly cheaper than full fat cows milk. I would never have replaced breast milk with this but compared to mass processed/produced cows milk where the animals are force fed to keep up production resulting in what is a poor quality cows milk, this "s**t" is in a different league.

Do research on todays cows milk and on modern day baby milk and like me, you wouldn't let your baby near cows milk until they were 24mth old. If you really want to then i'd recommend you pay the extra for filtered milk like Cravendale.

Until people have researched the independent proven facts, like I did, they shouldn't really pass comments.

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