It's never too late! Research shows that exposure to potential food allergens early, often, and consistently helps babies grow accustomed to those foods over time. Early is better and most critical. However, the immune system is always developing. Starting after a child is 6-months-old still has meaningful impact and creates a healthy nutritional foundation for your baby.
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- When should my child start SpoonfulOne?
- My child is 7 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?
- My child has a sensitivity/intolerance to an ingredient in SpoonfulOne. Can I still use SpoonfulOne?
- I am breastfeeding my baby as I introduce solid foods. Is there anything I need to know about SpoonfulOne in regards to breastfeeding?
- 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?