The short answer is “Yes”.
When children drank about two cups of milk per day, they got enough vitamin D without risking iron deficiency. Milk itself is also very low in iron, and kids who fill up on a lot of milk have less room in their diets for other nutritious foods. Six cups of 2 percent milk, for example, contains about 730 calories, which could easily add up to half of a 5-year-olds caloric needs, just from milk alone.
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