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How much milk should my 11 month boy be drinking?

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Dr. Patrick Hieber
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In brief: Formula/milk

Infants should stay on formula until 1 year of age and may take a maximum of 32-40 oz/day; they may be changed to cow mlk after that age and take a maximum of 24-32 oz/day.
The point of enforcing a maximum intake is to prevent a baby/child deriving too great a % of their daily calories from milk alone to the detriment of a wder intake of more varied solid foods needed for complete nutrition.

In brief: Formula/milk

Infants should stay on formula until 1 year of age and may take a maximum of 32-40 oz/day; they may be changed to cow mlk after that age and take a maximum of 24-32 oz/day.
The point of enforcing a maximum intake is to prevent a baby/child deriving too great a % of their daily calories from milk alone to the detriment of a wder intake of more varied solid foods needed for complete nutrition.
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