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Is gluten-free food recommended for my baby?

Foods which contain gluten include wheat, rye, barley and oats, all of which are important sources of iron and fibre (i.e. bread, pasta and flour for example). It is suggested to wait until your baby is at least 6 months old before you introduce gluten to your baby's diet, and at that point, you should introduce these foods with caution, as gluten is a common food allergen.  Introducing it gradually will allow you watch for any signs of allergies or intolerance.
Whilst it is not recommended to cut one food group out of your diet without a good reason, foods that contain gluten are not suitable for a baby with a family history of coeliac disease or allergies.  Alternative forms of iron and fibre can be introduced into your baby's diet.

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Fibre is important in your baby's diet but should only be present in small amounts as it can prevent the absorbtion of important minerals.
Fat is a vital source of energy for your growing baby.
Gluten is contained in foods such as wheat, rye, barley, and oats which are alll good sources of iron and fibre.
Honey should never be given to a baby under 12 months due to the risk of botulism poisoning.
There are lots of wonderful first foods for your baby to try including puréed vegetables, fruit, and baby cereals. 
There are lots of great ways to easily prepare and cook food for your baby.
A good breakfast is vital to ensure your baby is getting the best start to the day. 
In the beginning you should only feed your baby a spoon or two of solid food a day. This will gradually build up over a period of a weeks until they are enjoying three meals a day.
It is essential that you provide your baby with a well balanced and nutritious diet. There is a wonderful variety of foods to choose from.
If you're having problems weaning your baby it may be that they just aren't ready. Take a week or two to resume milk feedings and try again.