Peanut Powder Mixin, 4-Month Supply

A Peanut Protein supplement for babies that makes it easy to follow early introduction recommendations. Made from 100% defatted, dehydrated, and ground peanut protein so it's safe for your baby. Feeding babies 2g of peanut protein with their meals 1-2 times a week may promote the normal tolerance of peanut later in life. Includes a 4-month supply or 48 servings. For infants 4-12 months old.

Ingredients:

  • Organic peanuts.
  • 0g sugar, 0g salt
  • No additives, Non-GMO
  • Includes Easy Scoop

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  1. Use 3 times a week
  2. Add 2 scoops of Peanut Powder Mixin into any baby food. Maybe added to a sippy cup. Adding to a bottle is not recommended.
  3. Mix well to blend into food
  4. Serve

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends introducing infants to peanuts and other allergens starting at 4 months, for babies at high risk of peanut allergy, and by 6 months of all other infants.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.  If your infant has severe eczema, check with your infant’s healthcare provider before feeding foods containing peanuts or other potential allergens.

All health-related content on this website is for informational purposes only and does not create a doctor-patient relationship. Always seek the advice of your own pediatrician in connection with any questions regarding your baby’s health.

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What is early introduction?
Early introduction is the practice of feeding your baby the most common allergy-causing proteins like peanuts, eggs, or tree nuts regularly, as soon as they start solids, to train their body to tolerate those foods. Train tolerance and stop allergies before they start. Early introduction is NOT for babies with a known allergy to a food. Do not feed a baby food they are allergic to.
What do doctors say about early introduction?
Doctors agree, all parents should do early introduction to reduce the risk of food allergies. The American Association of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, as well as the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology created a joint recommendation in 2020: Parents should introduce peanut to all infants, starting around 6 months of age, not before 4 months, at home, after the infant has eaten one or more starter foods. Parents should introduce well-cooked egg to all infants starting around 6 months of age, not before 4 months, at home, after the infant has eaten one or more starter foods.
Isn’t early introduction risky?
It is safer to start introduction earlier rather than later. Babies under one year old react with hives and vomiting if they have an allergic reaction. More severe symptoms, like throat swelling, are much more common in kids who are 2-6 years old. Early introduction reduces the risk of a more serious allergic reaction, in addition to reducing the risk of developing an allergy altogether
Does early introduction work?
Multiple, best-in-class clinical studies including the LEAP and PETIT studies consistently show that about 80% of food allergies can be avoided by early introduction.
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