This Baby Cookie Claims To Reduce Peanut Allergy Risk By 80%

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More companies are trying to make peanut allergies a thing of the past. And since rates have tripled since the 90s to affect 1.4 percent of Americans, that’s a pretty big undertaking. On the heels of one prevention kit earning the FDA’s stamp of approval, another peanut allergy prevention tool is making headlines. Yes, it’s for babies, but you may want to try this one too.

The Peanut Mani, the newest product from Bambino’s Frozen Baby Food, is the first peanut allergy prevention cookie for babies 4 months and up. Bambino founder and CEO Zoi Maroudas says feeding your child one cookie per day for 18 months can reduce the likelihood of developing a peanut allergy by 80 percent. And this month, allergists presented it to the American Allergy Foundation Conference as being effective for high risk infants.

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Hold up. Wondering how you can safely feed your baby a cookie? From 4 to 8 months, parents are instructed to crush the cookie and mix it into breast milk…

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