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Vegan whole food plant-based diet has proved to work well for me; however, I don’t have certifications to give professional advice in culinary arts, nutrition, or fitness. The information I provide on my site is not meant to treat, cure, prevent or diagnose any illness or disease. It is provided is for general and educational purposes only. All of the opinions expressed are my own, therefore I recommend that you do your own research if you wish to find out more on any subject.

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  1. Hi, my baby is going to turn 1 in a couple months so my breastfeeding days will come to an end. My pediatrician recommended replacing that with bottles of whole milk. I explained my ethical dilemma with that and she said to look into alternatives but her recommendation is whole milk. What did you do for bottles for your baby when you finished breastfeeding?

    1. Hi Eriel! I breastfed my daughter until she was almost 18 months, plush she never took the bottle, so by the time we finished nursing, we just dropped the whole thing. She started eating more of her regular foods at mealtimes and snacks, plus I supplemented B12 and D3, so I’m pretty sure she was fine (and still is fine) with her nutrition and calories without additional type of milk. She does drink almond or soy milk every now and then though, bit it’s more of a snack than a part of her daily menu.

      Honestly, I don’t know if offering another type of milk to a child after they’ve stopped breastfeeding is necessary (if they are older than 1 of course, otherwise we still need to supplement), or if that’s what pediatricians recommend because they’ve always done so. To be on the safe side though, I would recommend getting a second opinion from a different pediatrician.

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