Among the ever growing list of benefits to breastfeeding, the most commonly discussed is benefit for the baby’s immune system.
Regardless of your decision or ability to breastfeed or not, one thing is not so clear: how does breastfeeding, and what you eat, impact your growing baby’s tolerance to food allergens?
The most well known and commonly discussed food allergy in America is peanut allergies.
But what if we told you there was a worse allergy than peanut allergy?
Egg allergies are just as bad as peanut allergies. In fact, they may be worse. Here's why.
Yesterday, Lil Mixins Founder Meenal Lele was hosted on Fox 5 DC's morning segment HealthWatch with anchor Cori Coffin.
As usual, Meenal Lele brought her son Lazlo, who was the original inspiration for the creation of Lil Mixins 3 years ago.
Meenal explained how the idea for Lil Mixins came to be, talked about our brand new Infant Egg Powder, and demonstrated just how easy it is to use Lil Mixins for early introduction.
View the entire segment below.
In the world of pediatrics and allergies, the LEAP Study is the biggest thing since sliced bread. But if you don’t regularly read the New England Journal of Medicine, it can be a bit confusing. The good news is, we’re here to help explain it...
We all know how serious peanut allergies can be, so it makes sense that the official guidance from the AAP to start feeding your child peanuts early on can be scary.
But it doesn't have to be. Feeding your baby their first peanut can be managed safely, responsibly, and stress-free. Let's dive into it...