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Cows Milk and Goats Milk

Cow's Milk is a white, agricultural product extracted from cows in dairy farms. It contains many nutrients, including protein and lactose, and is drinkable and available in a variety of dairy products.

Goat's Milk: Available in most grocery stores and supermarkets. Goats' and sheep's milk in your child's diet - like cows' milk, goats' milk and sheep's milk aren't suitable as drinks for babies under a year old because they don't contain the right balance of nutrients. Once a baby is a year old, they can drink full-fat goats' milk and sheep's milk as long as the milks are pasteurised. They can be given to babies from the age of 6 months in cooked foods such as cheese sauce and custard.

Links for milk information:
Baby Milk NHS

Milk and Dairy Nutrition NHS





Cow's Milk and Goat's Milk - Home remedy for Rickets: The child should be breast-fed for one-year or fed with cow or goat's milk. Other foods should be introduced gradually with more emphasis on fruits, steamed vegetables, whole grain cereals and milk.

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