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  1. Hi!
    My husband and I are trying to conceive #2, (#1 is currently 7,5 months old). I’ve been reading MAM a LOT lately and wanted to try out drinking raw milk. However, I don’t want to do anything that could affect another child. Lots of people say that raw milk gives you stomach aches for a few days…During my last pregnancy my doctor told me not to touch anything raw. What’s your point of view on this topic? Most of my favourite foods are raw – salami, serrano ham, cheeses, salmon, etc. so I’m very interested in what you have to say!
    Thanks!

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    • If you know your sources, then raw food is generally safe. Of course, you can’t ever say anything is 100% safe, but I believe the benefits of these healthy raw food outweigh the risks, and I have eaten raw egg yolks and had raw milk throughout my third and now fourth pregnancies with no issues. Most of the ‘forbidden’ foods that doctors mention are very healthy! Just know your source and make sure you trust it. :)

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