Liberal Christian pastor, wife, mother to daughter Vicki, and mother to baby coming 5/13.
First birth: hospital with midwife. Hoping for homebirth with #2! Bradley Method, Brewer Diet.
Brewer Diet recipes: http://pastorandbartender.blogspot.com/p/recipes.html
Personally, I think that's a lot of sugar for a 10 month old. I'm assuming vanilla = sweetened? If so, I'm assuming it's sweetened with regular cane sugar? For me, I think it's too much sugar. I think the yogurt itself is fine as long as it's full fat but, personally, I'd buy plain, full fat and then blend a banana into it to sweeten it or mix in some apple sauce. But, I wouldn't use commercially sweetened yogurt.
Non fat flavored is not a great option. Full fat would be a much healthier option. Babies *need* fat.*
Plain would be a healthier option. Vanilla cut with half plain would be a healthier option. And I would closely look at the sugar content compared to unsweetened and fruit-flavored. Vanilla is almost always the sweetest option.
But yogurt in general is great at that age.
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