The highest arsenic concentrations were found in infants who frequently ate baby rice cereal, with levels more than three times that of babies who didn't eat rice, the study reports.
Doctors have long warned parents to delay introducing certain foods to babies to decrease the risk of a potential allergic reaction, but a new study suggests that strategy probably doesn't help.
This baby food is for babies 6 to 9 months. It adds heart-healthy oats to classic applesauce and is packed with essential minerals, fatty acids and vitamins.
Packed into this perfectly purple puree of blueberry and spinach are antioxidants, vitamins A, C and E, flavonoids, fiber, zinc and iron.
Pear and potato puree is an easy baby food to make, and it tastes good and freezes well, too.