Cow Milk Vs Buffalo Milk – Which Is Better for Babies and Toddlers?

Cow Milk Vs Buffalo Milk - Which Is Better for Babies and Toddlers?

As we all know, Mother’s milk is the best thing for a newborn, as with a still-developing immune system, the baby is able to digest their mother’s milk. However, if, for some reason, a baby can’t have breastmilk or the baby’s demand for milk cannot be met, buffalo or cow milk for babies can also be given after they turn one.

Cow and buffalo milk is full of minerals and proteins, but it is not suited for infants. It can affect their kidneys if introduced before the age of one year. This video on cow milk vs buffalo milk will guide you in the same. While both types of animal milk have many benefits, it is always important to consult your doctor before adding it to your baby’s diet.

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