Ready, Set, Food! Early Allergen Introduction System for Babies 8+ Months, Stage 3

SKU# 31652m

Ready, Set, Food! Early Allergen Introduction System for Babies 8+ Months, Stage 3

SKU# 31652m
Once your child eats solids regularly, it’s time to expand exposure safely and easily to the top 9 allergens. Stage 3 introduces peanut, egg and milk, in addition to other top allergens.
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This product is FSA eligible

Once your child eats solids regularly, it’s time to expand exposure safely and easily to the top 9 allergens. Stage 3 introduces peanut, egg and milk, in addition to other top allergens. Stage 3 is perfect as a transition from Stage 2, but if you haven't started allergen introduction by 8 months, you can start at Stage 3 and mix it into your baby's solid food daily. We recommend Stage 3 for at least 6 months. Take your health to the next level with FSA eligible Home Tests products.

Features:

  • Safe, easy, and effective
  • Complete 3-stage guided system
  • No added sugars
  • Organic
  • Allergist developed system
  • Mixes into bottles and solids

Stage 3 is only for food eaters. 

Continue on from Stage 2 expanding exposure to 6 more allergens or start with Stage 3 introducing all 9 allergens when your baby is about 8 months of age or ready to eat solid foods. 

Once daily, empty the packet into solid food like pureed food, cereal, etc. until dissolved. 

Use for at least 6 months or until the baby is consuming these 9 allergens as part of their regular diet.

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