Over the years, experts have gone back and fourth about the health of juice for babies and toddlers. The current...
Over the years, experts have gone back and fourth about the health of juice for babies and toddlers. The current research says that no, juice won't make your baby fat; if you serve the right kind of juice.

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According to the latest baby vs. juice findings, little ones did not gain extra weight when they were served 100% fruit juice. This research also showed that babies who were served 100% fruit juice tended to have a healthier overall diet than their peers who were served sugar-added juice. The bottom line (currently) is that you don't need to worry about giving your little one juice once in a while. Just keep in mind that babies and toddlers have small tummies. If you serve too much juice they won't have enough room in their belly for healthy foods and nutrients. My own son gives a thumbs up to the following 100% fruit juices: Santa Cruz Organic: apple, white grape juice, apricot, and red tart cherry. Note - not all their juices are 100%, be sure to check the bottles, and avoid the juice boxes. Apple & Eve juices R.W. Knudsen juices

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