Babies with underdeveloped intestines are not allergic to some foods, but they may suffer from indigestion and other problems. For example, babies may develop nappy rash after eating foods with a strong acidic taste, so it is best for parents to keep an eye on their baby's reaction after feeding and limit the amount of acidic foods. Common acidic foods that can cause nappy rash.
Some foods are also prone to flatulence, so parents should pay attention to their babies' reactions when feeding these foods. Foods that tend to cause flatulence.
Cow's milk products
B.R.A.T. diet foods tend to dry out your baby's stools, which is ideal for babies with diarrhoea and has a therapeutic effect, but can sometimes cause constipation-like symptoms. So-called B.R.A.T. diet.
R: rice and rice products
A: apple sauce
T: bread on toast
Some fruits high in sugar and fibre can make your baby's stools thinner. Adding these foods can help relieve constipation, but too much of them may cause diarrhoea. Fruits with high sugar and fibre content
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