SpoonfulOne is made with precise portions, so it takes repeated dietary exposures over time to safely, and gently, allow your baby’s immune system to grow up accustomed to a diverse range of foods. Scientific studies, such as LEAP and EAT, showed that early, consistent dietary exposures for 3-5 years resulted in dramatic reductions in risk. As a result, both the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and the American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI), recommend including a diverse range of foods, including potential allergens, as early as 4 months of age and continuing dietary exposure from infancy through childhood.
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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?