With food and nut allergies on the rise in infants and children, these dietary concerns can be a source of great anxiety for parents, which is why it is crucial to have all the facts: To be forewarned is to be forearmed.
Varied diet, less allergies
This UK study, published in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, shows that increased infant diet diversity decreased the likelihood of developing food allergies.
Can breast-fed infants have less food allergies?
This New England Journal of Medicine article looks into whether allergenic foods introduced to breast-fed infants at an early age can be an allergy deterrent.
A diverse diet for the 1st year of life
This article, also from The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, proves that an increased diversity of food within the first year of life may have a protective affect on asthma and food allergies.
A look at how several different countries, including the United States, approach childhood nutrition and allergies.
AAP Book: Practical parental tips from the AAP on food nutrition and more
Caring for Your Baby and Young Child, Birth to Age 5, 7th edition
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1 Year Feeding Study: The Research Guiding Development of SpoonfulOne Multiprotein Blend for Infants and Children
Biomarker data suggest that a year of daily feeding of SpoonfulOne’s complex mix of potential food allergens starting at a very young age may reduce the likelihood of becoming sensitized to commonly allergenic foods compared to single protein or dual-protein combinations.
Feeding Baby: The New Guide to Introducing Solids
Food introduction guidelines have changed, leaving parents with many questions. When to start? What to feed? How to introduce allergens? Give this infographic guide to parents to help them navigate feeding solids for the first time.