The American Academy of Pediatrics recently updated their recommendations about fruit juice and infants and kids. The new report offers guidelines about how much they should have and at what age.
Limits on Fruit Juice for Infants & Kids
According to the AAP, children under the age of 1 should have no fruit juice at all, saying it offers no nutritional benefits.
For children over the age of 1, the maximum amount of fruit juices should be 4 ounces for children ages 1-3 years, 4-6 ounces for children ages 4-6 years old, and 8 ounces for children age 7 and up.
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My kid doesn’t drink fruit juice, but she does eat Lucky Charms off the living room floor. I call that a draw. #winning
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