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If your toddler is still breastfed there is no need to add another animal's milk to her diet. My kids are breastfed well passed 2 but they do drink small amounts of almond, soy and rice milk.
I had not heard that about organic cow's milk before. My nephew drinks a lot of it.
Is un-organic milk not heated to as high a temp because it's still pastuerized.
I'm sure someone will recommend raw milk and from what I've read it's the way to go if you are going to consume other animal's milk.
I had not heard abou that... odd.
My son is too young for non-mommy milk, but when it is time for that I plan on only giving him raw milk from a local dairy. It's very expensive ($8/gallon), but it is much more nutritious. And it's not like I'm going to be going through multi gallons of it, so for me it will be worth the expense.
I will have to do research, but I would think that organic milk is not much different than conventional - it's all pastuerized and homogeonized. If you want a different product then you'd need to go raw.
I came across this while researching milk.
Is there any credence to this?
Ive just started giving my 12month old organic whole milk. I thought it was better then the regular milk thats full of hormones and antibiotics but now Im concerned. What do you think?
What kind of milk do you/are you going to use/supplement with?
Mom to a bright & energetic 6 y.o. boy With my sweetie for 10 years now Registered nurse
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