How to Give Babies Peanut-Based Foods to Cut Allergy Risk

New U.S. and Canadian guidelines encourage you to introduce babies safely to peanut-based foods by six months to reduce the risk of developing a peanut allergy. Some of the guidelines as outlined by CBC are: Parents and caregivers should avoid feeding whole peanuts to infants because they pose a choking hazard. Instead, peanut butter, peanut flour or the peanut-flavoured puff snack Bamba can be used. Try watered-down peanut butter: Mix two teaspoons of smooth peanut butter with two to...

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