Stage 3 Mix-Ins
Stage 3 Mix-Ins
Stage 3 Mix-Ins
Stage 3 Mix-Ins
Stage 3 Mix-Ins
Stage 3 Mix-Ins
Stage 3 Mix-Ins
Stage 3 Mix-Ins
Stage 3 Mix-Ins
Stage 3 Mix-Ins
Stage 3 Mix-Ins
Stage 3 Mix-Ins
Stage 3 Mix-Ins
Stage 3 Mix-Ins

Stage 3 Mix-Ins

Peanut, Egg, Milk, Cashew, Almond, Walnut, Sesame, Soy, and Wheat. For Food Eaters Only.

Introduce 9 of the top allergens to your baby mixed into any food they eat (they need to be regular food eaters for Stage 3). Pre-measured daily packets. 100% organic real food. No added sugar. Continue with Stage 3 after Stage 2 or start with Stage 3 if your baby is a regular food eater and hasn’t been introduced to these top allergens.

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Why is Ready, Set, Food! the best way to introduce allergens?

Ready, Set, Food! is the best option for introducing allergens because we make the process simple. It is important to note that for early allergen introduction parents need to frequently feed allergenic foods such as peanut, egg, and milk to their babies. Parents have found that trying to do this on their own is difficult and time-consuming, which is why we've created Ready, Set, Food! to help make early allergen introduction easy.

When should I start my baby on Ready, Set, Food! and for how long?

The 2020 USDA Dietary Guidelines for Americans and other prominent medical associations (NIH, AAP, AAAAI) recommend starting babies as early as 4 months of age with food allergen introduction.

We recommend starting the Stage 1 introduction, and Stage 2 for continued exposure together anytime between 4 - 12 months of age. You should sustain exposure to Stage 2 for at least 6 months.

Stage 3 is designed as the next step from Stage 2, and expands allergen exposure from 3 to 9 allergens including tree nuts, sesame, wheat and soy. However, if your baby hasn't started allergen introduction, but is already eating solid foods, feel free to start with Stage 3. Continue on Stage 3 for at least 6 months.

Feeding foods like peanut, egg, and milk only once or twice is NOT enough. We recommend using Ready, Set, Food!, for at least 6 months, or until your baby is regularly eating the allergens at least 3 times a week. We designed Ready, Set, Food!, to make it safe and easy for parents to not only introduce the allergens, but to sustain exposure as well.

Is Ready, Set, Food! safe?

Yes, Ready, Set, Food! is safe. Feeding allergenic foods to babies under 1 year of age is safe and is recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Ready, Set, Food! makes it even safer by starting with a small dose, one allergen at a time. Ready, Set, Food! Stage 1 starts with peanut, egg and milk, introducing ultra-low doses of each allergen before slowly increasing to the maintenance amount used in the clinical studies.

As a result, the initial allergen exposures are much gentler than what families typically feed their infants, equivalent to less than 1 teaspoon of yogurt or cow’s milk, 1/8th teaspoon of peanut butter, and 1/250th of a cooked egg. Ready, Set, Food! is the best option for introducing allergens because we make the process simple. It is important to note that for early allergen introduction, parents need to frequently feed allergenic foods such as peanut, egg, and milk to their babies. Parents have found that trying to do this on their own is difficult and time-consuming, which is why we've created Ready, Set, Food! to help make early allergen introduction easy, convenient and safe.

How do I use Ready, Set, Food! Stage 3 and can it be mixed in with solids?

Stage 3 is recommended after finishing Stage 2, and if your little one is consistently eating solids such as applesauce, or cheesy mashed potatoes. Once your baby is consistently eating solids, safely expand from peanut, egg and milk to an additional 6 top allergens for at least another 3 - 6 months with Stage 3. If your baby has never started allergen introduction, and is eating solids already, it is okay to start with Stage 3. Mix Stage 3 with food only.

I heard one-time purchase options are available now. How does this work vs the monthly plan options?

Here are the different purchasing options that we offer to help make early allergen introduction easy for every family:

One-time purchases
Our one time purchase options offer the biggest savings. You can make a single purchase in 30 day, 90 day, and 180 day increments. One time purchases will ship your orders upfront.

Monthly Recurring Plans
The 6 Month Plan will ship 6 months worth of product. Orders are shipped in 2 shipments 30 days apart from the initial purchase date, and you will be billed in 6 equal installments. This plan will cancel automatically at the end of the 6 month term.

The 12 Month Plan will ship 12 months worth of product. Orders are shipped in 4 shipments over a period of 12 months, and you will be billed in 12 equal installments. This plan will cancel automatically at the end of the 12 month term.

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