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Kids love theirjuice, but new recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) advise parents to pull back on fruit juices of all kinds for children of all ages.

Its the first update to the groups guidelines on fruit juice for kids in 16 years. One of the biggest changes is the recommendation that parents avoid giving fruit juice at all during a babys first year of life. Previous recommendations said fruit juice was OK after six months.

The AAPs latest advice on fruit juice is broken down by age group:

Breast milkor infant formula should be the only nutrient fed to infants until approximately 6 months of age, according to the new guidelines, published Monday the journal Pediatrics.

There is no nutritional indication to give fruit juice to infants younger than 6 months, the authors write, noting that if a baby fills up on juice it could sideline other important nutrients they need for healthy growth, including the protein, fat, calcium and iron that come in breast milk and formula. They warn that drinking too much juice early in life can even stunt a childs growth.

After 6 months, parents can introduce fruit, but not in the form of juice. Instead, offer infants ready for solid foods whole fruits that have been mashed or pureed.

Children ages 1 to 4 need one cup of fruit a day, and up to 4 ounces of that can come from 100 percent fruit juice, the recommendations say.

Four ounces of juice is a half a cup. Its a very small amount, like a Dixie cup, Kristi King, a clinical dietitian at Texas Childrens Hospital, told CBS News.

In the past, weve always said generally 6 to 8 ounces per day and we werent really focusing on the age group. The new recommendations are much more tangible, said King.

When you do serve juice, stick with 100 percent fruit juices. (If the label calls it a fruit drink, beverage or cocktail, thats a sign it is not 100 percent juice.) Many beverages look like fruit juice and say they have vitamins, but they can also bepacked with sugarand other ingredients that do not have nutritional value. The AAP also says juices should be pasteurized to reduce the risk of illness from contaminants likeE. coli or salmonella.

Instead, serve up a 4-ounce portion of juice in a small glass or open-top cup at meal or snack time, the pediatricians group recommends.

Young children like to carry bottles and sippy cups full ofsugary juicearound all day, sipping on them and gumming on the tops, but that that can lead to cavities.

[Juice] should not be sipped throughout the day or used as a means to calm an upset child, the AAP guidelines state.

Diluting the juice with water doesnt necessarily reduce the odds of developing tooth decay, the authors add.

For younger school-age kids, fruit juice shouldnt exceed 4 to 6 ounces a day.

Fruit juice and fruit drinks are easily overconsumed by toddlers and young children because they taste good, the authors write. But like soda, it can contribute to energy imbalance.

Instead, they encourage parents to give young children whole fruit instead of juice.

Look for fruits with lots of fiber, such as apples, pears, berries and oranges, Dr. Elizabeth Parks Prout, a board certified nutrition pediatrician and childhood obesity researcher at Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia, told CBS News.

Get it in at breakfast. Do strawberries or blueberries or bananas on cereal, she suggested.

Another way to include fruit in the diet of a child who turns up his or her nose at fresh produce: mash up apples or use unsweetened applesauce as a replacement for sugar or oil in baked goods.

Too much juice can lead to a failure to thrive or obesity in children, said King, who works with families of kids who suffer from both conditions.

In both of those groups they do consume a lot more than the recommended amount of juice. Failure to thrive kids often drink a lot of juice and may be consuming so much that theyre not willing to fill up on food, so theyre not getting enough calories.Children who are obesemay be drinking lots of 100 percent fruit juice and othersweetened beveragesand are getting extra calories and not burning them off, King said.

Older children and teens should get 2 to 2 cups of fruit servings per day and limit fruit juice to only one of those servings. But they can have 8 ounces (1 cup) of juice, a little more than a younger child.

Parents can make it easier for older children to eat fruit by keeping bags of frozen fruit on hand to toss into smoothies or yogurt bowls, and keeping easy-to-eat fruits such as clementines in bowls on the kitchen counter, said Prout.

She also reminds parents to wash fresh fruit well before eating. Dont serve fruits that are waxy, she said.

I encourage parents to provide a variety of fruits different colors and textures, King said. She also pointed out that fruit gummies or chews are not a good substitute.

Parents will rely heavily on fruit chews, strips or gummy fruit snacks, but theyre not necessarily fruit. Were looking for whole fruits that contain fiber, she said, adding that canned fruit in its own juice or unsweetened syrup would be a better alternative than chews.

Dropping sliced berries or citrus slices into dinner salads or a childs glass of water is another way to increase whole fruit intake, and its tasty, said King.

Children taking certain types of medications should not be given grapefruit juice, the study authors noted. Parents who are concerned should consult with their pediatrician.

Finally, while the new guidelines are focused on the benefits of fruit, that doesnt mean parents shouldskimp on vegetables, said Prout. Fruits and vegetables are not the same. We still want to emphasize the vegetables over the fruit, but still, get those fruits in the diet as well.

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