WHY Early & Often Exposure to Food Allergens is Critical
- Babies are not typically born with food allergies – how your baby eats changes the risk.
- 70% of your baby’s immune system is in their tummy.
- The American Academy of Pediatrics and USDA now recommend introducing solids & common allergens around 4-6 months of age. Why? Research shows that feeding common allergens daily can help reduce food allergy risk.*
- Most baby foods are void of common allergens like peanut, milk, egg, fish, shellfish, soy, sesame and more.
- A safe, science-backed way to easily get 16 foods into your baby’s diet: SpoonfulONE.
WHY Early & Often Exposure to Food
Allergens is Critical