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Originally Posted by spu
Can dairy also cause a skin rash if the baby is sensitive to it?
We've already eliminated eggs and strawberries, which helped, but when I started making Charlotte smoothies with milk, yogurt, and fruit, her rash came back. No red ring around her tushie, just a skin rash on her torso and legs - almost like chicken skin or goosebumps that wont go away.
Originally Posted by JanB
I would be very surprised to learn that a carrot has more calcium in it than a glass of milk. Now, if you want to compare a bunch of spinach, then we're talking.
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