DO NOT START ANY BABY FOODS YET
Until recently, it was commonly believed that babies should start foods at four months of age. This has changed. The standard recommendation now is to start solid foods around 6 months of age, or later if baby does not seem interested. Researchers recently found that babies who start solid foods at four months have a higher chance of developing allergies later in childhood, and delaying foods until six months or older decreases the chance of allergies. One misconception is that babies need food to thrive at this age. This simply is not true. Babies do not need anything besides breastmilk or formula for the entire first year of life. We recommend you wait until 6 months before introducing foods. If any allergies run in your family, then baby has a high chance of having allergies as well. It would be especially important to delay foods in this case.
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