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Babies should NOT eat honey. Find out when it is okay to give baby honey and what you need to know about infant botulism from honey.


See what our expert says about when it's safe for your baby to eat honey and foods cooked with honey, and how to avoid the danger of infant botulism.


Sep 28, 2007 ... Honey is bad for babies because it can grow botulinum spores, which can secrete a toxin and produce a transient paralysis in young infants.


Now, the important bad news about honey for infants. As it turns out, NOT giving your daughter honey while she is an infant is an important preventive health ...


Jul 22, 2013 ... At what point is it truly safe to feed babies honey? ... It is important to note that infant botulism from honey was never noted prior to 1976, and in ...


You are correct--honey is not safe for infants! Although it is sweet tasting, honey should never be given to infants less than a year of age because it may cause a ...


Aug 24, 2005 ... 'Unsuitable for infants under 12 months." Almost every jar of honey sold in the UK now comes with this stark warning, with no explanation as to ...


Yes, babies younger than 1 year old should not be given honey. ... Parents can help prevent infant botulism by not giving their baby honey or any processed ...


Jun 4, 2015 ... Infant botulism — A Mayo Clinic specialist offers tips to prevent infant ... can grow and multiply in a baby's intestines, producing a dangerous toxin. ... Avoid giving honey — even a tiny taste — to babies under the age of 1 year.