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Heinz nurture baby milk

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Just thought id let any mums or dads know that dont know already Heinz baby milk has been discontinued :(
I only found out when i was having problems getting some in the shops this morning so phoned up heinz directly to see if they had online store and was told there stopping the full range
Ended up popping to lidl to stock up on the normal milk instead of the hungry baby one he was on so we have enough for 5 months until he can go on cows milk as i didnt really want to swop him onto anything else
Just went on there website they say there doing everything they can to let customers know but yet the 4 big supermarkets in my area didnt even know it was being stopped. they advise to phone health visitor to ween baby onto something else but when the area has non of the hungry baby milk left its bit to late and also for the mums that cant afford to buy 16 tins like we did this morning
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
I can just imagine what the health visitors will say, 'just try something else', or 'told you breast feeding was best'. Health visitors aren't allowed to state a preference between baby milks. Shame this has been disontinued, its the only milk my daughter would drink, forunately she's just stopped having it now!
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Just a pointer, not sure how old your little one is, but I had a shock when I took my 11 month old for the progress check. Apparently babies can go onto cow's milk from 6 months as long as their diet is varied. I have a 3 year old and cow's milk was a big no no until 12months, but it seems to have changed!
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silkymolo
Just a pointer, not sure how old your little one is, but I had a shock when I took my 11 month old for the progress check. Apparently babies can go onto cow's milk from 6 months as long as their diet is varied. I have a 3 year old and cow's milk was a big no no until 12months, but it seems to have changed!


Sorry, a hv told you this ? :shock:

A child should not be given cows/goats milk whatsoever until 12 months unless authorised by a dr, it's not just the nutritional needs, their digestive system cannot always cope.

This is still standard NHS advice, why the health visitor was saying otherwise is beyond me.
#4
I was taken off baby milk because i got so fat and put on cows milk at 6 months i now have milk allergy the dr thinks it could be because i was put on cows milk so young but no proof of it. The health visitor told me he can have milk with cereals and mixed in with his dinner but the only time i use a tiny drop is when i made him the macoroni cheese packet but they advise not to give pasta until 9 months, my son 7 months and loves it
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jellybaby22
i was told the same thing by my hv....:? they change the rules so often its hard to keep up


It's still standard NHS advice to be 12 months, I'll see if I can find it, I really hate it when hv's give conflicting advice makes it all so confusing for new parents.

*Edit*

http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Bottle-feeding/Pages/Who-can-use-it.aspx


http://www.nhsdirect.wales.nhs.uk/encyclopaedia/b/article/bottlefeeding/


I don't look forward to seeing my hv, last time the way bottles were made up had changed........I did it the old way.
#6
jellybaby22
my hv advised me to give my baby ..baby rice at night if she is unsettled...she's only 6 weeks old...even i know you dont do that...... some of them think they know it all:roll:


The problem is with hv's dare I say it, they are specialised childrens nurses, however they are really old fashioned some of them and are real sticks in the mud and can be awful.
#7
tinkerbell28
Sorry, a hv told you this ? :shock:

A child should not be given cows/goats milk whatsoever until 12 months unless authorised by a dr, it's not just the nutritional needs, their digestive system cannot always cope.

This is still standard NHS advice, why the health visitor was saying otherwise is beyond me.


We were told that it's fine for them to have cows milk in things, cereal etc. but not to give cows milk as 'food'

My daughter is 8 months and eats pretty much what we eat, she has formula twice a day and breast milk once/twice a day. She does have cows milk though, just not as one of her 'feeds'.

Don't know why she's not a little porker, she eats loads!!

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