Could this be the Cure to Food Allergies?


The number of children with food allergies has doubled in each of the last few decades. Researchers have a strong suspicion that our modern environment plays a big role in that trend. 

Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson, Cheif Medical Officer, says that we can’t point to genetics alone relating to food allergies. Two out of three, of the six million children with a food allergy in the United States, don’t have a parent with a food allergy.

There’s something likely about our modern world and the modern environment that’s making us more susceptible than ever before.

Experts believe that introducing peanuts, nuts, fish, eggs, and dairy into the diet when a baby is 4 to 6 months old may help prevent food allergies. 

To read more on the food allergy protection plan go to the SpoonfulOne website.

You can also learn about SpoonfulOne product, which is sixteen different foods that account for 90% of the food allergies in the United States. SpoonfulOne is an easy way to introduce foods and keep them as a part of children’s diet.