Като цяло, цитрусите се препоръчват след навършване на 1г.
Срещам и мнения, че може и по-рано, но с уговорката, че това трябав да се направи след консултация с педиатър.
Ето някои неща, които изрови Гугъл:http://parenting.ivillage.com/baby/bnutrition/0,,7hkc,00.htmlIt is best to hold off on introducing citrus fruits until your baby is at least one year old
. Citrus fruits commonly cause allergies or food-sensitivity reactions, such as a diaper rash.
Because of the potential for an allergic reaction, when you do introduce oranges, grapefruits and other citrus foods, do so gradually, beginning with small amounts served over the course of several days. Monitor your child for symptoms such as hives, rashes or wheezing. If you think your child is allergic, avoid all citrus fruits including tomatoes and strawberries. Hold off on citrus juices as well. http://18.104.22.168/search?q=cache:br9U9VioBp0J:www.wholesomeb … mp;cd=8&gl=bgAge for Introduction: 12 Months Old +
The Goodness of Oranges:
(one peeled medium sized navel orange)
Oranges, like all citrus fruits, are acidic and more than likely to give babies younger than 12 months old rashes due to the acidity! With that being said, many parents have offered their younger infants tastes of oranges and/or orange juice. As with other acidic foods, if your baby is prone to sensitivities with foods, you may want to wait to introduce Oranges until after his First Birthday!http://www.babycenter.com/0_age-by-age-guide-to-feeding-your-baby_1400680.bc
Посочено е, че до навършване на 12 месеца, соковете трябва да са не-цитрусови.http://22.214.171.124/search?q=cache:1EuTyrp8t7oJ:www.ehow.com/h … p;cd=12&gl=bgWait until the baby is at least 12 months old to eat citrus f
ruits. A sensitivity to citrus acid that causes rashes is likely before the baby is a year old. http://126.96.36.199/search?q=cache:nd3eqs_sWy4J:www.kellymom.c … mp;cd=4&gl=bg
[citrus fruits are usually delayed until baby is 9-12 months old
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5 months is early for citrus foods, including orange juice. They are a common cause of allergies and rashes. It is usually best to delay them until at least 9 months
to prevent later problems -- even if kids like the taste.http://184.108.40.206/search?q=cache:7MqMGHPq_lcJ:www.healthatoz … mp;cd=7&gl=bgBabies 6 to 12 months old
Rice cereal is the first solid food that pediatricians suggest feeding your baby. Cereals associated with gluten should be avoided. After rice cereals, you can try strained or pureed yellow vegetables such as carrots as the yellow vegetables are more easily digested. Pureed green vegetables soon follow. Usually mashed fruits, like very ripe bananas, come next. Introduce foods slowly, a new addition about every 5 days, so that your baby will be less likely to develop food allergies.
Babies in this age range should not eat the following foods:
• Chocolate - Due to its highly allergenic properties, chocolate should not be offered to babies who are younger than 1 year old.
• Honey - Babies should not eat honey until they are at least 1 year old because it can cause botulism, which is potentially life threatening.
• Oranges, grapefruits and other citrus fruits - Always check with your pediatrician before giving your baby citrus fruits and juices because they are highly allergenic
. http://220.127.116.11/search?q=cache:IIk8eVce8-MJ:www.keepkidshe … p;cd=27&gl=bgFoods to avoid until your infant is at least a year old
include cow's milk, citrus fruits and juices, and wheat and egg whites until he is two.http://18.104.22.168/search?q=cache:-Tifu4k5VIYJ:www.wikihow.co … p;cd=54&gl=bgAvoid introducing citrus foods to babies under 1 year
-- it's hard on their digestive system.