Did you know the new USDA and AAAAI guidelines recommend introducing peanut and egg at 4+ months for every baby to help prevent food allergies?
Learn more here. Leading health organizations, including the USDA, AAAAI, and AAP recommend introducing allergy-causing foods as early as 4 months of age to help prevent up to 80% of food allergies.
Here are our customized tips and resources to help you follow these new guidelines at home to help protect your baby from food allergies:
“I recommend early and sustained allergen introduction for all babies.”
Jonathan Spergel, M.D.
Board-certified Pediatric Allergist
“It’s important that babies eat allergens like peanut and egg starting at 4-6 months.”
Shelley Watters, M.D.
Board-Certified Allergist, Advocate Aurora
“Early allergen introduction
is a real game changer in the pediatric world.”
Robert Hamilton, M.D.
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