Baby food products offer little nutritional benefit over breast or formula milk

09/9/2013 | DoctorsLounge.com · Bloomberg

Almost two-thirds of 462 commercial baby food products sold in the U.K. that can be used during weaning were sweet foods that offered little nutritional advantage over breast milk or formula milk, according to a study on the website of the Archives of Disease in Childhood. Spoonable foods for babies had nearly the same energy content as breast milk, and had a 40% higher protein content than formula milk.

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