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Are raisins bad for babies?

Answered on June 12, 2018
Created June 08, 2018 at 7:56 AM

I am extremely concerned about the high glucose and fructose in these snacks especially the effect the fructose could have on a developing liver in terms of contributing to early onset non alcoholic fatty liver disease.

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Raisins are great sources of carbohydrates and iron that offer a lot of health advantages to your baby. These can be a healthy contrasting option to chocolates and confections. Just the best and the sweetest grapes are dried to frame raisins. Be that as it may, you ought to be cautious of the stifling risks that accompany the little estimated raisins. Since babies have the propensity of placing everything in their mouth, try to look for suggestions from your doctor. 

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