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is it good to mixed honey with bear brand milk? thank you

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics 46 years experience
Why ? : Honey is a good natural food when used in moderation. Why you would add it to milk is not clear. Please start over and explain why you are considering doing this. I don't consider it proper to do so for kids, since the extra calories & sweetness will just program a kids brain to crave sweats. Over a lifetime that can cause true health issues.

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