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Answered 2012-08-16 01:31:41

You should never feed your baby soy milk. It is not the same as infant formula or breastmilk. It will not supply the same nutrients and calories to your baby, and your baby could become severely malnourished if fed soy milk.

However, infant formula made from soy is perfectly acceptable as long as your baby is not allergic or sensitive to soy. It is not as healthful as breastmilk, but it will suffice.

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