Growing up

CMA can be a challenge and cause insecurities for you as parents as your child is growing up. Having a few guidelines to start with can be very helpful. Once your child is doing well, you can gradually get back to normal family mealtimes, although some dishes will have to be slightly adapted. While your child is growing up, it is important to follow the feeding instructions as prescribed and/or recommended by your child's doctor.


Growing up

What is a milk free diet?

What is a milk free diet?

Once your baby starts weaning, you will need to make sure that any foods they are given are free from cows’ milk. This will be easier at the start, as ‘first foods’ such as pureed fruit and vegetables are naturally free from cows’ milk protein.


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CMA and weaning onto replacement formulas

CMA and weaning onto replacement formulas

Breast milk or formula milk is absolutely sufficient as the sole source of nutrients for the first six months of life.


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What happens when my baby starts eating solids?

What happens when my baby starts eating solids?

When your baby starts eating solids this can be a bit of a challenge. But CMA is no reason why you and your infant should not have fun together in trying new foods and tastes!


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Which is the best way to introduce new foods to the diet?

Which is the best way to introduce new foods to the diet?

As long as it’s cow’s milk free, you can chose from a great variety of “first foods” that you can offer to your baby , taking his or her likes and dislikes into account.


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