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LEAPs & Bounds
The Learning Early About Peanut Allergy (LEAP) Study led by Mission MightyMe Co-Founder Dr. Gideon Lack, found that regularly feeding peanut-containing foods to babies starting as early as 4-11 months until age 5, reduced their likelihood of developing a peanut allergy by more than 80%.
Based on this research, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the NIH have issued new medical guidelines recommending early peanut introduction, based on risk factors, to help prevent peanut allergies from developing. Research suggests this same proactive approach may work for other potentially allergenic foods as well, so we’re developing more delicious products that include other common food allergens. Stay tuned!
dr. gideon lack
Mission MightyMe Co-Founder & Author of the LEAP study