Did you know that follow-on milks help support a weaning diet?
At 6 months your baby may be trying lots of new things, from sitting up, to using a sippy cup and trying solids. Each new experience can help them build resilience and practise skills they’ll use later in life.
Between 6-12 months milk remains an important part of their diet, especially during weaning.
They still need 500-600ml of breast milk or formula milk a day If you use formula milk, you could try stage 2 follow-on milk which contains vitamin D to help support the normal function of the immune system.
After six months your baby has an increased nutritional need for iron.* *Based on UK Reference Nutrient Intakes for iron Iron helps support normal cognitive development, making iron-rich foods an important part of their weaning diet.