Yes. Children with eczema have a higher risk of developing a food allergy. Studies found that early exposure and food allergen introduction is particularly important for this group. Many children in our safety studies had mild to moderate eczema and reported no allergic reactions to SpoonfulOne. However, if your infant has severe eczema and/or an egg allergy, check with your healthcare provider before feeding SpoonfulOne.
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- How do I contact SpoonfulOne?
- What is SpoonfulOne?
- Why should I give my child SpoonfulOne?
- Is it safe to introduce all potential allergens at once?
- My child has eczema. Can I still use SpoonfulOne?
- We have a family history of food allergies. Is it safe to feed my baby SpoonfulOne?
- What is SpoonfulOne's Foundational Food Blend?
- Where is SpoonfulOne made?
- Is SpoonfulOne FDA regulated?
- My child is already allergic to an ingredient found in SpoonfulOne. Do you offer custom versions of your products that exclude a specific ingredients?