A food allergy prevention strategy requires starting before a food allergy develops. Research says that early and regular dietary exposure to a food may reduce the risk of a child developing an allergy to that food.* So, early is better than later. But, later is better than never. The most important consideration is starting before a child develops a food allergy, which can happen at any time as they grow up. SpoonfulOne is not for children who have been diagnosed with a food allergy.
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- When should my child start SpoonfulOne?
- My child is 6 months old. Is it too late to start SpoonfulOne?
- How long should my child take SpoonfulOne?
- How often should my child take SpoonfulOne?
- How should I store SpoonfulOne?
- Can I mix SpoonfulOne into breastmilk or formula?
- I am breastfeeding my baby as I introduce solid foods. Does this change the way I should use SpoonfulOne?
- I forgot to give my child their daily serving of SpoonfulOne. What should I do?
- What should I do if my child has a reaction to SpoonfulOne?