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Is it possible for you to give babies xango juice?

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Dr. Shah Chowdhury
Pediatrics 42 years experience
JUICE INTAKE: Did you try to write 'mango' juice? Anyways, some juice is allowed from 4 months age, not too much. 3-4 ounces daily. At one 1 year age, recommended maximum amount is 6-8 ounces. Juice only contain some fructose sugar and vitamins. It doesn't have protein or fat, so not that good for the youngstar.

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What age can you give babies juice?

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Dr. JUDY WASHINGTON
Family Medicine 38 years experience
Fruit Juice: It is recommended not to serve infants juices until they are after 8 months of age. It is not recommended to give orange juice. Juices should be given by cup and are not a substitute for milk. Strained fruits and vegetables are started at 6 to 8 months.

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