You Can Reduce the Risk of Food Allergies for Your Baby
of peanut allergies are preventable for high risk infants.
have food allergies in the U.S. That’s roughly two children in every classroom.
in medical procedures to treat severe reactions to food between 2007 and 2016. Two-thirds of these reactions were in children.
Information for You
It’s never too early to start to plan out how you can help prevent food allergies.
Introducing Solid Foods
Your baby is ready for their next milestone. Find out everything you need to know about introducing solid foods and preventing food allergies.
Whether at home or at a daycare, we have all the tips you need to navigate childcare and food allergies.
Introducing a variety of foods into a baby’s diet early and often is recommended - and may even help lower the risk of certain food allergies.Learn More
Early Introduction Straight from the Experts
Recent landmark studies and guidelines are changing the way we think about early food introduction.Learn More
Baby's First Bite
It's time for your baby's next adventure...their first bite! Watch these mom's as they embark on this new (sometimes messy) journey in raising their little ones.
What is a food allergy? How do I know if my baby is having a reaction?
Learn more about what food allergies are, your baby's risk for them, and how to recognize a reaction.
Has Your Baby Been Diagnosed With a Food Allergy?
If your baby is diagnosed with a food allergy, FARE is here to help you access essential information and resources to make sure you have what you need to make informed decision about what to do next
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