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February 28, 2014
By Ann Seacrest, RN, IBCLC, Executive Director of MilkWorks
Just when I think I know everything, I am always pleasantly surprised. But did you ever think there would be boy milk and girl milk???? It is pretty amazing that a mother’s milk changes from morning to night, from one day to the next, from the equator to the North Pole, and that it tastes different based upon what mom eats. Now we learn that animal moms may customize their milk depending upon the gender of their baby!
This raises another question that I would love for someone to answer. If infant mammals are all designed to drink their mother’s milk (which is, after all, why they are called mammals), and they all wean themselves from their mother’s milk when still young, are adult mammals (meaning us) meant to drink milk?