The Baby and the Biome

By Meenal Lele, Founder of Lil Mixins

A revolutionary parenting book that draws on cutting-edge research to reveal the key to raising happy and healthy babies.

About the Book

A baby’s immune system develops rapidly in the first 1,000 days of life, with the first six months and year being most important. In The Baby and the Biome, Meenal Lele, medical researcher and founder of Lil Mixins, the #1 pediatrician-recommended allergy-prevention product , explains how diet, environmental toxins, antibiotics, and even common parenting practices can damage the delicate balance of our children’s microbiomes, thereby...

A baby’s immune system develops rapidly in the first 1,000 days of life, with the first six months and year being most important. In The Baby and the Biome, Meenal Lele, medical researcher and founder of Lil Mixins, the #1 pediatrician-recommended allergy-prevention product , explains how diet, environmental toxins, antibiotics, and even common parenting practices can damage the delicate balance of our children’s microbiomes, thereby increasing the risk for a host of immune diseases, including eczema, asthma, food allergies, IBS, and more.

Lele discovered firsthand how critical our microbiomes are to our overall health when she sought to understand the root causes for her son’s food allergies. Drawing on her medical background and through extensive research and interviews with scientists and doctors, Lele discovered the simple, practical steps that all parents and pregnant moms can take to help foster a healthy and protective microbiome in their baby. The Baby and the Biome will empower parents to protect and safeguard their children’s health for years to come.

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Interested in having Meenal speak to your book club or parenting group about The Baby and the Biome?
Meenal is available to join your group for a discussion and Q&A. She can directly answer questions such as:

  • Why do some kids develop allergies but not others?
  • Are there proven strategies manage or deal with ADHD and autism?
  • What future therapies are on the horizon for immune diseases?