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    Default organic milk

    HI everyone
    and thankyou for either reading and replying in advance..
    i have a question regarding organic milk, is it safe to give a 16month old instead of full cream milk???

    Allison...

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    Of course! And much better for them!

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    Yes! No added hormones or pesticides which does get into the milk - plus try find unhomogenised organic which is even better

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    A full fat organic milk is one of the best option if you want to give your child dairy.

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    Absolutley, the only type I would be cautious about at that age is some organic milks that are sold as 'bath milk' that people say you can drink, it is not pasteurised so 'may' contain bacteria etc. Unhomogenised is fine (if not better) and organic is awesome.

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    Yes awesome idea!

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    I have no advice on the child part but I do know that woolworths sells Pure Organic milk which is pasteurised but unhomogenised (only in the one litre, not the two - not sure why?) and it is lovely and easy to get!

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    a huge thanks to everyone that made my life easier
    i bought the pure organic unhomogenised yesterday and i swear if he could have licked the bottle he would have.. thankyou all so much again....


 

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