6-12 months

Follow-on milks

From the age of six months, babies’ nutritional requirements change to meet their bodies’ growing demands. Solid food starts to play a role and follow-on milks can help to bridge any dietary gaps.

Ask the experts: 6-12 months

At six months old, babies’ diets change to become less reliant on milk. So how do the experts advise pharmacy teams help parents at this transitional phase?

Test your knowledge: 6-12 months

This module focuses on infant feeding from six to 12 months.

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