Should I be drinking orange juice while nursing?

Yes. A woman can drink orange juice while nursing, if she was fine drinking orange juice in the past. There is not a reason for her to avoid orange juice, unless she starts to have reactions to it. If she thinks the baby is getting a reaction after each time she (the mom) drinks orange juice, then the mom should talk with the pediatrician about it.
Yes. Sure! orange juice is an excellent source of vitamin c. Unless you are finding that your baby has any reactions such as gas or diaper rash when you consume it (which is very rare), feel free to indulge. Make sure that your diet in general is well-balanced and continue your prenatal vitamins, and your baby will do just fine!
No. It is best to avoid citrus fruits for the first few months. They may be harsh on your baby's maturing gastrointestinal tract. Your baby may become fussy and gassy.

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Is it healthier to drink orange juice with some pulp or with no pulp?

Doesn't matter. That doesn't matter. It's a matter of taste only. The only thing that matters is to make sure it's pure juice with no added sugar. Read more...

Today in the morning I drank a glass of orange juice is it okey if I drink it at night also? Is it bad for health

OK. You can drink it anytime you want. Keep in mind it also has calories so as long as you don't overdo it, you can drink it anytime of the day. Read more...
Ok if.. That is probably ok for most healthy folks...Oj has good vitamins and some fibers (pulps), but also sugar. So, if you are not really engaging in other juices/sodas/sweets etc..Two glasses of oj/day is quite all right..If you have lots of other sugars during day, then oj at night is another excess...So, use your commonsense, rorome.. Stay healthy and well... Good luck. Read more...

Is drinking orange juice bad for a baby?

Yes. It can promote cavity forming bacteria to live in the mouth. These bad guys live at the base of the bacteria pyramid and are hard to get rid of. Read more...
Juices not needed. Juices are the equivalent of giving a baby a coke.The sweetness factor contributes to water refusal.If u want baby to have the benefits of an apple, give apple sauce;oranges, peaches, pears, grapes etc. All benefit the child more when given as a natural food, not a refined extracted juice. Read more...

When can a baby drink natural orange juice?

9 mo, but not needed. I would say about nine months, but in moderation. Juice--even natural juice--has a lot of sugar, and isn't as nutritious as all the hype suggests. Better than 'juice drinks', yes, but not that much better. I often suggest diluting it. But, juice is not necessary for your child. It has vitamin c, yes, but that is easily obtained from many other sources. Read more...