Breast Milk Taste

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What Does Breast Milk Taste Like?

The taste of breast milk is generally considered to be sweet and creamy with a pleasant flavor. Breast milk contains the milk sugar lactose; as one of the main ingredients in breast milk, it appears in high concentrations, giving breast milk its sweet flavor. Breast milk also contains fat. The amount of fat in milk determines its creaminess. When breast milk first starts to flow from the breast, it may appear thin and watery. But, as the milk continues to flow, it becomes higher in fat and much creamier.[1]

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  1. What Does Breast Milk Taste Like? What gives human breast milk its flavor, sweetness, and creaminess?