When do you stop giving your child vitamin d milk?
I'm an adult and I still drink vitamin D milk.
Yes milk can have some low percentage of iron, but because of the higher levels of calcium and iron would be depleted. Iron and calcium take away from each other or stop the intake of one another. So if you take a iron supplement do not take it with milk, but rather a fruit juice such as orange juice that is high in vitamin c. Studies show that iron is better adsorbed with vitamin c
In the USA, most mothers stop breastfeeding at one year. However, in most other countries, and also in the Bible days, mothers would stop breastfeeding their child after four years. This may seem strange, but it is the correct way to form a strong bond with your child, and for the child to grow up healthy and very smart, as breast milk is extremely good for the body.
If you continue to offer a newborn the breast from the time of birth and do not supplement with formula you will have an adequate supply of breast milk until you stop offering the breast. Breast milk is supplied based on demand. If the newborn/child suckles for it, your breasts will continue to produce milk indefinitely.
i'm about to get a kitten and i have research quite a bit because it's my 1st kitten and i found out that its 6 months old. they should bedrinkingmilk until 8-12 weeks fromtheirmother then u can continue giving them milk fromsuper marksbut don't give them cows milkbecauseit can give them upsettummy'sand youdon'twant them to havediarrheaor sick on your floors so get kitten formula milk. hope my answer helped.
Yes, cigarette smoke contains varies of chemicals like nicotine and carbon monoxide which causes a lot of reactions in our body and this will destroy any vitamin D and calcium consumed. Calcium and vitamin D are key nutrition for growth, in terms of height. Calcium can be consumed by drinking milk, yogurt, eating cheese, etc. And vitamin D can be consumed by being in a sunshine.
Does a girl's breast contain milk even if she is not a pregnant and at what age she may find milk in her breasts?
Age has nothing to do with when a female produces breast milk, and the only time a female has milk in her breasts is after giving birth. The first breast secretion after delivering is not milk, but a substance called "Colostrum", which is thought to have more of the vital nutrients and immune boosters than the breast milk itself has. The breasts will produce the colostrum for about a day, then they will begin producing…
She will dry up after her calf is weaned or you stop milking her. So, typically, she will dry up 6 to 10 months after giving birth, if she is kept to produce milk for that period of time. If she has produced a dead calf and you don't have any serrogate calves you can put on her, or have no use to use her for milk production, then she should dry up after a…
It depends on when they become vegan. Some kids never drink milk (vegan from birth or lactose intolerant or allergies or whatever). Human milk is important for growth, so it really should be consumed for the first few years of life. After that, just make sure the child has other sources of calcium in their diet, if they no longer drink milk.