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As someone who was allergic to peanuts and eggs as a child, I was a little nervous when it came to introducing those foods to my children. We introduced them early and while neither of my two older children have any food allergies, we will be introducing them to my youngest child soon.
Growing up I was the only one in my school that had a peanut allergy, but it is becoming more and more common. My oldest son has two classmates with a nut allergy, and my middle son has one classmate. I often wondered why I was allergic to peanuts when no one else in my family had any allergies. Luckily, I outgrew all of my food allergies in 3rd grade.
For years it was not recommended to expose young children to peanut to help prevent an allergy, but now the American Academy of Pediatrics now recommends early allergen introduction for all infants, starting between 4 and 11 months. I often wondered if the late introduction resulted in a higher chance of an allergy.
Each year 15,000 children across the country are rushed to the emergency room due to peanut allergies. With nearly 6 million cases of food allergy among children under the age of 18, peanut is the leading cause of anaphylaxis and food allergy-related death.
Aralyte is a new product that was developed to help tackle the growing problem with peanut allergy. It is a safe and convenient way to introduce peanut at an early age and is the only doctor-recommended liquid formulation for early peanut introduction on the market. The liquid formula is all-natural distilled peanut extract and contains essential vitamins such as Vitamin D. The first dose of Aralyte can be administered in your doctor’s office, followed by the rest of the daily regimen administered at home.
Aralyte closely follows the protocol used in the LEAP Study, which showed that early oral introduction of peanuts could prevent allergy development in high-risk infants. The infant’s early exposure to peanut can reduce the risk of peanut allergy development by as much as 98%.
It’s important to note that Aralyte does not promise the same results as the LEAP Study and does not cure or treat existing peanut allergies.
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