Groundbreaking Study Reveals Early Introduction of Peanut Foods Prevents Adolescent Peanut Allergy

Groundbreaking Study Reveals Early Introduction of Peanut Foods Prevents Adolescent Peanut Allergy

Did you know that feeding children peanut products regularly and frequently starting at four months old through age 5 reduced the rate of peanut allergies in adolescence by 71%

This has been scientifically proven! A recent study, the LEAP Trio-Study led by Dr. Gideon Lack, provides conclusive evidence that starting babies on peanut foods early and keeping it in their diet regularly (at least 3 times per week) until age 5, achieves long-term peanut allergy prevention through adolescence, even without continued consumption of peanut beyond 5 years of age.

“Today’s findings should reinforce parents’ and caregivers’ confidence that feeding their young children peanut products beginning in infancy according to established guidelines can provide lasting protection from peanut allergy,” said NIAID Director Jeanne Marrazzo, M.D., M.P.H. “If widely implemented, this safe, simple strategy could prevent tens of thousands of cases of peanut allergy among the 3.6 million children born in the United States each year.”

How Globowl Can Help for Allergy Prevention:

Thanks to Globowl, allergen introduction is a breeze with clearly labeled, safe-textured meals featuring unique, globally-inspired flavors, all in one convenient jar.

Our international flavors inherently contain delicious ingredients (that double as common allergens, like peanuts and eggs), providing a diverse and exciting taste experience.

This is what the Globowl Difference is all about - early allergen introduction through internationally-inspired meals to help mitigate food allergies, among other benefits. We follow the research and the science by introducing babies to allergens early and often because we care about your little ones and want to reverse the harm that stripping allergens out of baby food has done for American babies for too many years now.

Reference: G Du Toit et al. Early peanut introduction for allergy prevention: Follow-up to adolescence. NEJM Evidence DOI: 10.1056/EVIDoa2300311 (2024).