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When Can I Give My Child Semi Skimmed Milk?

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Semi-skimmed milk can be given to a baby at the age of one year. It has similar amounts of protein and calcium as whole milk, but is lower in vitamin A. Skimmed milk on the other hand should not be given to children under five years old.
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Dairy is regulated by European Union standards in the United Kingdom. The EU sets the guidelines for labeling milk according to the percent of milk fat by volume. Whole milk has nothing
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Just over 7 calories.
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Hi there, yes i think it was fine for you to stop the night time bottles, it's always a hard thing to do and better done now whilst he's still young than when he's older and relying
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I would think semi means that it still has some fat in there and yes in my opinion it would be thiker than skim milk
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