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When should a baby start eating solid foods such as cereals, vegetables, and fruits?
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When should a baby start eating solid foods such as cereals, vegetables, and fruits?

Breast milk alone is sufficient to support optimal growth and development for approximately the first 6 months after birth. For these very young infants, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) states that water, juice, and other foods are generally unnecessary. Even when babies enjoy discovering new tastes and textures, solid foods should not replace breastfeeding, but merely complement breast milk as the infant's main source of nutrients throughout the first year. Beyond one year, as the variety and volume of solid foods gradually increase, breast milk remains an ideal addition to the child's diet.

For additional breastfeeding recommendations, visit the American Academy of Pediatrics' Breastfeeding and the Use of Human MilkExternal Web Site Icon.

Dec 11 2013 03:06:26 PM