10 things you need to know about your baby’s gas

Some foods that you eat while breastfeeding or juices you give your baby may make gas worse.

Much like cow’s milk proteins, sugars and sugar alcohols in fruit juice are also hard for your little one to break down and may cause gas, which is why the American Academy of Pediatrics advises against giving any fruit juices during your baby’s first year of life. The foods that a breastfeeding mother consumes may also affect the amount and smell of her infant’s gas. When a breastfeeding mother’s diet is high in fibrous, starchy vegetables it may create more gas than normal, while a diet filled with sulfur compound-containing foods, like broccoli or especially red meat, may cause the infant’s gas to smell mildly to strongly sulfurous.

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