Science & Health Guidelines
Based on the groundbreaking LEAP study by our Co-founder Dr. Lack, the National Institutes of Health and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend regularly feeding peanut-containing foods to most infants (based on risk factors) starting in the first year of life, to help prevent peanut allergies from developing.
Organic Rice Flour, Organic Ground Peanuts, Organic Peanut Flour, Organic Peanut Oil, Sea Salt, Calcium Carbonate.
MightyMe Peanut Puffs contain peanuts and should not be consumed by anyone with a known or suspected peanut allergy.
Made in a facility that processes egg, fish, milk, sesame, shellfish, soy, tree nuts, and wheat.
Depending on your child’s risk factors, peanut foods should be introduced according to the NIH Guidelines
after they’ve started other solid foods. Only feed MightyMe Peanut Puffs to seated, supervised children who are accustomed to chewing solid food. For infants less than 7 months of age, soften puffs with water.
The NIH guidelines recommend 6g of peanut protein per week, which is the equivalent of about one pouch of MightyMe Peanut Puffs.