Consumer Reports, a consumer advocacy group, is warning parents to limit their infants to certain types of baby foods after a round of tests.
tested 50 baby foods for calcium, lead, mercury and arsenic and discovered that some foods contained a "worrisome" level of the toxic chemicals.
Of those 34 foods, 15 products were marked as the worst, actually putting babies who eat one serving of them a day at risk of health problems.
Those 15 products are as followed:
James Dickerson, Chief Scientific Officer at Consumer Reports says that parents who have been feeding their children these shouldn't panic. Eating the foods doesn't cause health problems, but it does increase the potential risk of developing.
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