Pediatricians in the U.S. are not sure now about giving infants juice before they’re a year old. They used to advise parents to wait until their kids were six months of age, but now think waiting a year would be better. Even then, they recommend starting with just four ounces per day until they’re three years old, six ounces for those aged 4 to 6, and just eight ounces a day for those ages 7 to 18. The American Association of Pediatrics points to the 114 calories, 24 grams of sugar and no dietary fibre in fruit juices. Click here for more on this story.
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