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DD has been consuming raw milk for about 3 weeks now. She's 17 months old. She has been very gassy but I'm not sure If it's the milk. Other than being gassy she is fine. Should I cut it out? Could it cause her problems in the long run?
 

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I've been feeding it to my 1yr old DD too but haven't had any problems w/ it so far. Just cut it out for 2 weeks and see if that helps, excess sugar will also cause gassiness quite often, not only in children but adults too.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">I've been feeding it to my 1yr old DD too but haven't had any problems w/ it so far. Just cut it out for 2 weeks and see if that helps, excess sugar will also cause gassiness quite often, not only in children but adults too.</div>
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We don't eat processed sugar and very little natural sugars so I don't think that's her problem. I guess I'll jsut keep an eye on her reactions
 
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