Answer: Hi dear,
Cow milk is not recommended before 1 year.because,it is difficult to digest and baby' s have weak digestive system.many develop serious intolerance too .like loose motions, vomiting or constipation.some also develop swelling of tounge and face.cow milk is less nutrious compare to the requirements of the growing baby.formula or breastmilk are readily absorbed and give right kind of nutrition.after1 year slowly introduce by diluting it.better to be safe than sorry.also check the healofy' app for right baby food post delivery,with delecious and healthy recipes.
Answer: Hii dear Baby can't digest cow's milk as completely or easily as breast milk or formula. Cow's milkcontains high concentrations of protein and minerals, which can affect your baby's immature kidneys.s o do start it after 1 year of age of baby. Till then strict to breastfeed or formula milk.
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