SpoonfulOne helps to protect your child from developing a food allergy.* Over the last generation, food allergy rates have accellerated dramatically. In fact, 2 out of 3 children who develop a food allergy did not have a parent with a food allergy. Babies are not born with food allergies. They develop them over time. But leading research shows that early and regular dietary exposure to foods like peanut may reduce the risk of a child developing an allergy to that food. Each SpoonfulOne product includes a spoonful of our Foundational Food Blend—small, safe training portions of peanuts, milk, shellfish (shrimp), tree nuts (almond, cashew, hazelnut, pecan, pistachio, and walnut), egg, fish (cod and salmon), grains (wheat and oat), soy, and sesame. With such a precise formula, it takes repeated dietary exposure over time to safely allow your baby’s immune system to grow up accustomed to a diverse range of foods. Feeding your baby SpoonfulOne each day, starting as early as 4-months-old and continuing through early childhood, helps train his or her tummy to accept food as food, rather than as an allergen.
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- How do I contact SpoonfulOne?
- What is SpoonfulOne?
- Why should I give my child SpoonfulOne?
- What is SpoonfulOne's Foundational Food Blend?
- Where and how 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?
- My child has been diagnosed with a food allergy. Can they still take SpoonfulOne?
- Is SpoonfulOne made with organic or non-GMO ingredients?
- Do you offer Kosher or Vegan options of your SpoonfulOne products?