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I am planning to do the same as PPs have said.. plain yogurt with fruit mixed in. I did a little online research just now on Yoplait Baby Yogurt and my first take away was that Yoplait Baby Yogurt has LESS sugar than plain yogurts.... but then I looked at serving sizes. Plain yogurt still has less sugar.
Yoplait Baby Yogurt 9 grams of sugar in 85 gram serving size. (10.6% sugar)
Dannon All Natural Plain Yogurt 12 grams of sugar in 170 gram serving size (7.1% sugar)
DS is turning 6 months tomorrow and has been doing great on fruit/veggie purees so I plan to introduce yogurt soon. When I'm actually IN the store and able to look at labels I'll go whichever brand has less sugar.
Nana_Osaki06:No, it has too much sugar for me to feed it to a baby. Instead if he does get any yogurt it's whole fat plain greek yogurt. I then flavor with fruit. I did the same with my daughter. It's a much healthier alternative.
This is what I plan to do when I introduce yogurt.
We always gave DS1 YoBaby yogurt. I just went to look that one up after reading this and, yep, added sugar. I never even knew. I guess I just figured that something marketed for a baby and labeled organic wouldn't have added sugar! Maybe we'll skip that one this time around...
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