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When a child should stop drinking milk?

GeneSlimmins

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Sep 5, 2017
Over the years i've heard conflicting reports about how much milk someone should drink. This worries me more for my children than for myself, they love the stuff! I'm sure i can find at least 20 pages online telling me how healthy milk is, and then 20 more telling me how terrible it can be. Anyone wanna shed some light for me?
 

jfh

perpetual student
Joined
Dec 3, 2007
Location
Texas, USA
I grew up on a small farm where I had fresh raw milk, from range fed cattle, daily. No pasteurizing, homogenizing. Fresh butter, which was my weekly chore. Fresh cottage cheese. Everyone, in my house, had no health problems. When I moved away, I stopped drinking milk.

Several years ago I read that men should avoid milk. Something to do with prostate problems, even cancer.

I still love cheese, including cottage cheese. I regularly consume them.
 

goatsncows

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Oct 31, 2017
Location
Michigan
If the milk is raw from grassfed cows, I would say never stop drinking it.

If its commercially produced by feedlot cows, pasteurized, homogenized, has added synthetic vitamins, chalk, and carrageenan, I would say stop yesterday!
 

Solstice Goat

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Aug 7, 2012
Location
Seattle, WA
Couldn't agree more!

Grass fed Jersey milk has done wonders for my teeth. I guess Dr Weston Price was really onto something after all!
 

GetThrive

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Dec 3, 2017
Oh, this is the first time for me to hear that there is such conflicting report about milk. Given that, I don't think, I will have to stop but probably minimize the intake.
 

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