Re: Raw milk
Otherwise, forget it. The illnesses that can be transmitted via raw milk aren't equal-opportunity offenders. Infants and young children are among those most likely to be seriously sickened by the illnesses (like Campylobacter, E. coli, Listeriosis, and Salmonella) that are rarely transmitted via raw milk. Older kids and non-pregnant adults with healthy immune systems can drink raw milk without much worry because even if they do get sick they are unlikely to become severely ill.
Originally Posted by @llli*andrea.wolford
Would there be a danger specifically from the act of switching back and forth between organic pasteurized, homogenized milk and raw milk? No. But if you're going to give your kid any raw milk, there is a degree of danger associated with that.
As long as your baby is still nursing 3-5 times per day, there's no real need to offer cow's milk.
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