The way to drastically reduce the chances of peanut allergy in your child
At meal time for Emily Brown and her daughters, Catherine and Hannah, the jar on the table holds sunflower seed butter because the girls are allergic to peanuts.
"You're always on alert because peanut butter is such a prevalent food in our society," said Brown.
A study in the New England Journal of Medicine finds parents can greatly reduce the chances of peanut allergy by feeding their babies peanut foods starting at four to 11 months old. The study looked at babies who were high risk because of other allergies.
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