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    Default The latest on feeding solids

    It can be a bit daunting for first time mums especially since the feeding guidelines seem to be changing, particularly in the last few year.

    It’s sometimes hard to keep up with what’s now recommended. Everything from what age to start, when to introduce possibly allergenic foods, to advice on which foods are best at different stages of development.

    Did you know for example that the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy now suggests babies may start on solids as young as four months, and that delaying the introduction of possibly allergenic foods is not necessarily the best thing to do if you are trying to avoid food allergies?

    Happy to discuss your experiences and answer any questions you may have.

    Last edited by BH-bubhub; 09-09-2011 at 13:58.

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