Video: SpoonfulOne Baby Mix-In Reduced Allergy Antibodies in Study

In this video, Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson, a pediatrician and chief medical officer for SpoonfulOne, explains the research behind their food allergy protection products. They’re designed to help prevent childhood food allergies, and backed by a leading allergist’s research. 

BY DR. WENDY SUE SWANSON

We know that children are at an increased risk of developing a food allergy. The food allergy epidemic has seen a tremendous amount of new research over the past few years.

And the findings of this research have changed how we pediatricians now recommend that parents help protect their children from developing a food allergy.

SpoonfulOne was based on research conducted by one of the global leaders in pediatric food allergy. The results showed that the diverse mix of ingredients in SpoonfulOne calmed the immune system – and dramatically reduced levels of allergy-triggering antibodies when fed consistently over the course of one year.

There’s nothing more important than your baby’s safety. In an independent study with over 700 babies and over 8,000 feedings of SpoonfulOne, there were zero allergic reactions.

Video Takeaways

  • Children are at an increased risk of developing a food allergy. 
  • Research findings have changed how pediatricians now recommend that parents help protect their children from developing a food allergy.
  • SpoonfulOne was based on research conducted by one of the global leaders in pediatric food allergies. 
  • Results showed the diverse mix of ingredients in SpoonfulOne calmed the immune system and dramatically reduced levels of allergy triggering antibodies when fed consistently over the course of a year.
  • In an independent study of over 700 babies and over 8,000 feedings of SpoonfulOne, there were zero allergic reactions.

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*SpoonfulOne is not recommended for babies who already have an established food allergy.