Milk is Nature’s perfect food. When it is whole and unprocessed, it has almost equal parts fat, protein and carbohydrates, as well as a host of beneficial vitamins, minerals and enzymes.
No wonder breast milk is baby’s first food!
Raw breast milk, but not raw cow's milk?
Why do humans drink cow’s milk anyway? Isn’t that for baby cows? Actually, humans have been consuming raw dairy for over 6,000 years. Like breast milk, raw milk—whether from cows, sheep, goats, water buffalo or even camels—is a healthy and natural food that supports good health all through life.
Health Canada recommends exclusive breastfeeding from birth to 6 months, and breastfeeding with solid food for up to 2 or more years, and states: