Since rice cereal is often a baby’s first solid food but often has high levels of arsenic, one advocacy group is suggesting that parents switch to cereals made with other grains, such as oatmeal, barley and quinoa.
Since rice cereal is often a baby’s first solid food but often has high levels of arsenic, one advocacy group is suggesting that parents switch to cereals made with other grains, such as oatmeal, barley and quinoa. Monkey Business Images/Dreamstime
Since rice cereal is often a baby’s first solid food but often has high levels of arsenic, one advocacy group is suggesting that parents switch to cereals made with other grains, such as oatmeal, barley and quinoa. Monkey Business Images/Dreamstime