Tired parents, you might be tempted to put a little cereal in their your baby’s bottle, just to help everyone get some sleep. But experts say, think again. A new study from the American Academy of Pediatrics confirms that many parents are jumping the gun and feeding their babies solid food before the age of 6 months without knowing the risks. It’s not only less nutritious and harder to swallow, but if you give solids too early, your baby has an increased risk of ezcema, allergies, celiac disease and diabetes.
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