When Did Your Baby Start Solids?

According to a recent study, introducing babies to grains before six months of age may help to prevent wheat allergies. However, many pediatricians advise waiting until after six months to give babies cereal grains. When did you introduce your baby to solid foods?

27%  Before 4 months of age
33%  At 4-5 months of age
21%  At 5-6 months of age
19%  After 6 months of age

1006 Total votes cast.

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