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My baby is 1 year old, how much milk he should dring by this time?

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florentina

Asked by florentina at 12:46 AM on Dec. 31, 2008 in Toddlers (1-2)

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  • they dont HAVE to be drinking milk...
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 12:46 AM on Dec. 31, 2008

  • No more than 24 ounces is what our local health department says.
    proudmom2x

    Answer by proudmom2x at 12:47 AM on Dec. 31, 2008

  • I wouldn't worry about them drinking a certain amount, just as long as he is getting some form of milk. I don't think that you need to worry if he's getting 12 oz., or anything, just make sure that he's getting something.
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 12:57 AM on Dec. 31, 2008

  • my son is on the next step formula. he is almost 13 months. i don't really know how much he drinks. i don't measure it anymore.
    revigue

    Answer by revigue at 1:15 AM on Dec. 31, 2008

  • i don't add up the ounces, she drinks as much organic whole milk as she wants.
    GreekMama28

    Answer by GreekMama28 at 1:22 AM on Dec. 31, 2008

  • Cow's milk, or what?


    They never have to have it, but if you want to give it to him, 2 cups a day (16 ounces total) is what the American Academy of Family Physicians recommends. http://www.aafp.org/afp/20061101/1533ph.html


    If you're interested, Dr Weil says cow's milk isn't so great for kids (or anyone for that matter)  Plenty of other sources say so as well, but I think most people know of and respect Dr. Weil's nutritional advice.  This link is about breastfeeding, but at the bottom is the where he talks about cow's milk and children.  http://www.vancesfoods.com/kb.asp?ID=13&Click=400


     

    MomEveryDay

    Answer by MomEveryDay at 2:38 AM on Dec. 31, 2008

  • Our pediatrician says 20-24oz per day along with a well balanced diet.
    TiccledBlue

    Answer by TiccledBlue at 5:33 AM on Dec. 31, 2008

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