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When can I feed my baby yogurt?

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Dr. Alan Greene
Pediatrics
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In brief: 6 months

There's no convincing evidence that delaying any food beyond 4 to 6 months reduces the odds of allergies.
The main reasons to delay foods are if they 1) are a choking hazard (like peanuts), 2) might cause an infection (like honey or raw eggs), 3) contain questionable ingredients (such as artificial colors), or 4) aren't good foods that you want kids to learn to love (such as soda or french fries).

In brief: 6 months

There's no convincing evidence that delaying any food beyond 4 to 6 months reduces the odds of allergies.
The main reasons to delay foods are if they 1) are a choking hazard (like peanuts), 2) might cause an infection (like honey or raw eggs), 3) contain questionable ingredients (such as artificial colors), or 4) aren't good foods that you want kids to learn to love (such as soda or french fries).
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Dr. Jane Lande
Pediatrics

In brief: 7-9 months

You can start to give your baby yogurt somewhere between 7 and 9 months.

In brief: 7-9 months

You can start to give your baby yogurt somewhere between 7 and 9 months.
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