Baby's First Foods Safety Tips

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Baby's First Foods Safety Tips

Post  Admin on Wed Oct 19, 2011 3:04 pm

• Always stay with your baby while he or she is eating or drinking.
• Do not give foods that can cause choking such as chips, popcorn, peanuts, nuts, sunflower/pumpkin seeds, raisins, hard candies, hard raw vegetables such as carrots, marshmallows, jellybeans, globs of peanut butter, or ice cubes.
• Grate raw vegetables, and slice and chop grapes into small pieces. Hot dogs and/or wieners are not a healthy choice, but if you offer these, cut them into small pieces.
• Honey can cause botulism poisoning in babies, and it is not recommended for babies under 1 year of age.
• High nitrate vegetables, such as home-prepared carrots, spinach, turnips and beets, should not be offered before 6 months of age.
• Milk, juice and soft cheeses, such as brie, camembert and feta, should be pasteurized.
• When you offer your baby family meals, make sure these are not high in sodium.
• Fish is a healthy choice, but be sure to take out the bones. Choose fish low in mercury. See Health Link BC File

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