Giving Yogurt to Baby – When and How to Introduce

Giving Yogurt to Baby - When and How to Introduce

Is yoghurt safe for your baby? If yes, then when can babies eat yoghurt? Yoghurt is amongst the first few food items given to babies. Though mostly it is made from cow’s milk, it can also be made from buffalo, goat or camel milk. Yoghurt has immense health benefits for your baby. According to paediatricians, yoghurt can be given to a baby at around seven to eight months of age. This video will help you understand how to introduce yoghurt to babies.

Once you decide to feed your baby yoghurt, other questions will also arise, such as the best recipes to try and possible allergic reactions from yoghurt. Yoghurt is a healthy food choice for all ages. Once your baby starts eating solid food, yoghurt can be incorporated into their diet.

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