Re: How many calories from breastmilk after 1yr?
According to the article Extend Breastfeeding's Benefits (K. Steinkraus, Mothering Magazine Issue 144 September/October 2007), "between the ages of 12 and 24 months, 448 milliliters of a mother's milk provide these percentages of the following minimum daily requirements: Energy 29%" (a.k.a. calories) "Folate 76%, Protein 43%, Vitamin B12 94%, Calcium 36%, Vitamin C 60%, Vitamin A 75%."
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