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Episode 369: Early Peanuts for Little Peanuts: The not so paltry benefits

In episode 369, James and Mike ask Tina back again to talk about the tricky and tasty issue of peanut allergies. We talk about the landmark study in this area and then put it into context of all the other evidence we have around this issue. We then discuss what we should likely be recommending when it comes to peanut ingestion in early childhood.

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1) Tools For Practice

Early Peanuts for Little Peanuts: The not so paltry benefits

2) Instructions for home feeding of peanut protein

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