The Guide to Feeding Your Baby Peanuts
Learn when to introduce peanuts to your baby, how to do it safely, and how early peanut introduction can help prevent an allergy. Enter your email below to receive our in-depth guide.
What You Should Know Before Introducing Peanuts
Peanut allergies have been on the rise since 2001. Discover how we've accidentally been causing more peanut allergies.
How and When to Feed Your Baby Peanut
New science and studies have changed the way doctors think about peanut allergies. Learn how feeding your baby peanuts regularly once they start solids might prevent an allergy.
What to Do if Your Baby Has a Peanut Allergy
If a peanut allergy does develop, understand how to live with an allergy and keep accidental peanut exposure to a minimum.
Don't Wait to Feed Your Baby Peanuts
Avoiding peanuts is old news. In 2015, the LEAP study proved that eating peanuts early and often can reduce your baby's risk of developing an allergy by 81%. The American Academy of Pediatrics now recommends that all babies eat peanuts regularly once they start solids to reduce the risk of peanut allergy.
Now is the Time
Studies have shown that allergic reactions are rare and mild under 6 months old. That means the safest time to start with peanuts is as soon as your baby starts solids.