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    Default No go foods

    It's been a while for me and I can't remember which foods babies should avoid until they are older.

    Does anyone know? I remember no honey until 12 months. What about egg yolk and egg white? Nuts? Strawberries?

    Dd also can be prone to a bit of eczema, are there any food which might trigger a reaction that I should steer clear of?

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    I think it's changed regarding eggs etc. They can have it from 6m?
    Foods that could cause allergy are strawberries, kiwi, mangoes, tomatoes.
    I think diary sets of excema?

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    The only food that is not recommended until after 12 months is honey - after. 6 months any and all food is ok unless you have a history of allergies in the family

    My DS had eggs, shellfish and nuts ( almond and peanut butter) by 7 months

    The only foods I've heard that is not good for eczema is dairy and wheat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    The only food that is not recommended until after 12 months is honey - after. 6 months any and all food is ok unless you have a history of allergies in the family

    My DS had eggs, shellfish and nuts ( almond and peanut butter) by 7 months

    The only foods I've heard that is not good for eczema is dairy and wheat
    100% correct. This is the information and the guidelines that are available to us at work to give to patients (patents / carers of patients). The rule of thumb is still to introduce one new food at a time. 24 hours is sufficient to rule out reaction and or tolerence.

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    And whole nuts aren't recommended till after 3, just cos of the choking hazard. As EM said having them in pastes/butter is fine.

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    I never waited 24 hours with introducing foods - I thought that was an outdated recommendation? I could not have waited anyway as I used to give DS a wide variety of food daily and especially curries and pastas that contain heaps of ingredients!

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    If your bub has suspected asthma apparently peanuts are a no go. We've been advised against them for DS2 by an allergy specialist because he had bad asthma and apparently there is a link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    I never waited 24 hours with introducing foods - I thought that was an outdated recommendation? I could not have waited anyway as I used to give DS a wide variety of food daily and especially curries and pastas that contain heaps of ingredients!
    Should have clarified better. I meant if allergies are suspected going along the dairy / family history allergy thing. I said it my head just typed it.

    God not with indroducing solids normally! Dont want anyone to take that literally or someone may not feed their baby anything for 24 hours! Lol.

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