How Ready, Set, Food! Compares to SpoonfulOne and Hello Peanut
Learn why pediatricians and moms trust Ready, Set, Food! to introduce allergens safely, and why you should choose Ready, Set, Food! over SpoonfulOne or Hello, Peanut.
Parents have new ways to introduce allergens but it’s important for parents to remember to: 1) start early, as early as 4 months and as late as 11 months and 2) continue exposure multiple times a week for several months.
Early Introduction Can Be Challenging
Families struggle with continuing frequent allergen exposure because infants can be picky eaters and getting them to consistently eat anything can be nearly impossible. In the Enquiring About Tolerance (EAT) study, only 57% of parents were able to maintain the feeding requirements, supporting the fact that continuing exposure can be challenging for families.
New Solutions for Parents
Although it can be overwhelming to figure out how to safely introduce allergens, there are new products on the market that make it easier for parents. Here’s our roundup of all of these products so that you can make the best, most informed decision for your family.
Ready, Set, Food! is the only early multi-allergen introduction system that:
- follows the landmark (LEAP, EAT, and PETIT) study dosing
- mixes with breast milk and/or formula
- can be introduced to any baby as early as 4 months
- follows pediatric guidelines of introducing one food one a time
- is organic and non-GMO
- doesn't contain added sugar or any other additives
That’s why Ready, Set, Food! is recommended by over 1,000 leading pediatricians, allergists, and experts. Learn more about why Ready, Set, Food! offers safe and easy early allergen introduction for every family and sign up today to give your family a head start towards food freedom!
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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If your infant has severe eczema, check with your infant’s healthcare provider before feeding foods containing ground peanuts.