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The National Institutes of Health, National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Disease, American Academy of Pediatrics and others, now recommend including peanut-containing foods starting in infancy, to help prevent a peanut allergy from developing. Australia, Canada and Japan have all followed suit with similar guidelines for early introduction.

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  • 2020 Dietary Guidelines recommending peanut introduction in infancy to prevent peanut allergies

    2020 Dietary Guidelines recommending peanut introduction in infancy to prevent peanut allergies

  • Addendum Guidelines for Prevention of Peanut Allergy in the United States

    Addendum Guidelines for Prevention of Peanut Allergy in the United States

  • Timing of Introduction of Allergenic Complementary Foods

    Timing of Introduction of Allergenic Complementary Foods

  • ASCIA Guide for Introduction of Peanut to Infants with Severe Eczema and/or Food Allergy

    ASCIA Guide for Introduction of Peanut to Infants with Severe Eczema and/or Food Allergy

  • Introduce Complementary Foods Earlier to Prevent Allergy: Paediatricians

    Introduce Complementary Foods Earlier to Prevent Allergy: Paediatricians

  • Preventing Food Allergy in  Your Baby: A Summary for Parents (Guidance Only)

    Preventing Food Allergy in Your Baby: A Summary for Parents (Guidance Only)

  • Japanese Guidelines for Food Allergy 2017

    Japanese Guidelines for Food Allergy 2017

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