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Question: Is there any risk to letting a child eat a green apple?

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There are no inherent risks in letting a child eat a green apple, as they are a healthy and nutritious fruit. However, there are some precautions to consider to ensure the child's safety: 1. Allergy: Make sure the child does not have any known fruit allergies or has shown signs of an allergic reaction to apples. 2. Choking hazard: The apple should be cut into small, manageable pieces to reduce the risk of choking. Children under 4 years should not be given whole apples to avoid this risk. 3. Pesticides: Make sure to wash the apple thoroughly before consumption to remove any pesticide residue. 4. Tooth enamel: Green apples can be more acidic than red apples, leading to potential tooth enamel issues if consumed in large quantities over an extended period. Encourage the child to rinse their mouth with water after eating the apple and maintain regular dental check-ups. As long as you take these precautions, there should be minimal risk in letting a child eat a green apple.

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May 22, 2023, 12:37 p.m.

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Published: Monday, May 22, 2023

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