New study suggests that feeding peanut products to infants may reduce peanut allergies

February 26, 2015 by  
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You may have heard the often-repeated advice that infants with food allergies shouldn’t be given peanut products because they may increase their risk of developing potentially life-threatening peanut allergies . If you’ve been following that advice, listen up: new research suggests that giving your infant peanuts may actually reduce your child’s chances of developing a peanut allergy. Confused? Read on for all the details. READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: feeding children peanuts , feeding infants peanuts , food allergies , food allergies in children , infant food allergies , infant peanut allergies , infant peanuts , peanut allergies , peanut allergies in children , preventing peanut allergies , reducing food allergies , toddler food allergies , toddler peanut allergies

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New study suggests that feeding peanut products to infants may reduce peanut allergies

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