Our simple answer was “No” but we think parents should really know why some cereals aren’t safe for babies.
A lot of people think that all cereals are the same so they feed their babies anything they find on the market.
No, they’re and we might have to discuss some scientific terms in order to explain the difference between both types of cereals.
Babies produce a small amount of salivary amylase—an enzyme that helps digest grains—because of their under-developed organs. Simply put, their digestive system is not strong enough to handle grains, cereal, or wheat until they are older.
Infant cereal is usually described by manufacturers as easy to digest on their packs. They are specially designed to be suitable for babies when breast milk alone can no longer meet their nutritional demands.
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