it's spoonfully easy
Stir powder into cereal, pureed fruits, mashed vegetables or whatever foods your child enjoys.
Support and educate the immune system with common food allergens and Vitamin D.
Single-serve packets give you the freedom to feed whenever, wherever.
SpoonfulOne is responsibly produced
- Pediatrician developed
- No preservatives
- No artificial sweeteners or flavors
what parents say
Instead of avoiding eggs, nuts, and other allergens, as previous recommendations held, most parents should feed these foods to their children 'early, carefully, and often,' until they are at least five years oldRobin Nixon Pompa Health journalist and author of "Allergy-Free Kids"
want to know more?
SpoonfulOne can be given to children as young as 4-6 months, or when they start to eat solid foods for the first time. Training your immune system is just like physical exercise. Early is better and most critical, but even starting later (after 6 months) could still have a meaningful impact in setting a healthy foundation.
Scientists don’t yet know how long food allergens should be included in the diet to support and educate the immune system. A landmark study called LEAP shows a five-to-one (80%) reduction in peanut allergy after five years of exposure vs. avoidance. Using these guidelines, we recommend long term, daily dietary diversity for everyone. SpoonfulOne makes it simple to consistently include common food allergens in the diet, so the immune system stays familiar with them. As your child grows, you can include larger servings of the foods contained in SpoonfulOne. Yet we recommend keeping SpoonfulOne in the mix to ensure long-term, consistent diversity.
No, SpoonfulOne should not be taken by a child that has already been diagnosed with food allergies. We recommend consulting your health care practitioner if you have questions or are concerned about existing food allergies.