Re: How much milk for a 14 month old?
It's often said that if a toddler is nursing around 3-5 times a day, he is getting his milk needs met by mom and he does not need any supplemental dairy. 5 nursing sessions per day is better than 3, obviously, especially for a young baby who is just beginning to transition to a majority solids diet.
When it comes to recommended daily dairy intake, the recommendations vary based on who you're asking. In general, the recommendations hover around 16-18 oz per day- but some sources say that's your target and other sources say it's your maximum. Talk to your pediatrician about what he/she recommends, and also about what breastmilk alternatives are suitable for your child, considering that he cannot drink cow's milk.
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