Ready. Set. Food! Partners with Babyscripts To Improve the Health of Their Families With Expert Food Allergy Resources

To celebrate Food Allergy Awareness Month 2022, Ready. Set. Food! is excited to announce our partnership with Babyscripts, a leader in delivering prenatal and postpartum care solutions for families. This important partnership will provide Babyscripts patients with our industry leading resources on food allergies and early allergen introduction. Learn more about how Ready. Set. Food! and Babyscripts join forces to provide vital education for families to safely and easily follow the new guidelines on food allergies.

Ready. Set. Food! is excited to partner with Babyscripts, a leading mobile clinical solution for prenatal and postpartum care,​​ to join other leading health care organizations in utilizing our best in class, expert driven educational tools and resources on food allergies and early allergen introduction. These resources will support the important community of families that Babyscripts serves with education on how to implement the latest medical guidelines on early allergen introduction for babies starting at 4 months of age. These guidelines now recommend:

“Peanut and egg should be introduced around 6 months of life, but not before 4 months.” - American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (AAAAI), 2021

Food Allergy Trends: The Rise of Food Allergies

Food allergies among children are rising dramatically. There are many causes for the growing prevalence in the U.S., that may include Vitamin D insufficiency, decreased exposure to germs and allergens, and food allergen avoidance. In total, food allergies now affect as many 1 in 12 children in the United States. Unfortunately, there is no cure for food allergies, which can be severe and potentially life-threatening, in addition to quality of life impacts. Recent research shows that up to 1 in 3 food allergic children are bullied as a direct result of having a food allergy.

Bringing New Research on Early Allergen Introduction Home for Babyscripts Families

Fortunately, new research shows that early introduction of allergenic foods can help give babies healthier outcomes. With this new partnership, Babyscripts has now embedded food allergy education, recommendations, and guidance from Ready. Set. Food!’s team of leading pediatricians and allergists to ensure new parents are informed on the latest research and guidelines on early allergen introduction. These customized educational materials with up-to-date food allergy guidance include:

  • Timeline Cards with age-appropriate guidance for key After Visit Summaries at various, key pregnancy and postpartum milestones
  • Resource Catalog - reminders for parents and links to helpful articles on vital topics including:
    • Eczema Care
    • Food Allergies and Early Allergen Introduction

With these new, expert-driven resources from Ready. Set. Food!, Babyscripts is now equipped to help give their important community of families the tools and resources to improve the lives and health of their patients.

Learn more about how Ready. Set. Food! partners with leading health care systems through our partnership with Providence Health.

Providence Health Case Study

Introduce Allergens Safely and Easily with Ready. Set. Food!

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