Heavy Metals in Baby Food: What You Should Know

How can you ensure your child stays safe from heavy metal exposure? Dr. Trina Blythe discusses how the metals get into food and what you can do to keep your baby safe from heavy metals in their food. Discover better foods to feed your baby, learn how to prepare your child’s food to avoid heavy metal contamination. Plus, find out what else you can do around the house to keep them safe from heavy metals.

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