Help your baby avoid food allergies with Inspired Start!
Inspired Start Baby Pouches
Adding food allergies to your list of parenting anxieties? Tackle them head-on.
Inspired Start was born from the concern that little ones don’t have enough variety in their diet, especially in their first few months of life. They noticed the massive amounts of food allergies in the U.S. and the lack thereof in some other countries. So what gives? Many American parents previously dealt with their these anxieties by keeping major allergens from their children. Recent studies have proven that, with the green light from your pediatrician, early introduction is the better answer. The earlier your child is exposed to major allergens, the smaller chance they have of developing those food allergies.
Here’s the good news: you don’t have to sauté and chop shrimp into minuscule pieces at dinnertime. Inspired Start food pouches from Adeo Health Science are a much, much easier alternative. The pouches contain the puree of 1 fruit and a tiny amount of 1 allergenic protein. Allergens include peanut, tree nut, egg, soy, wheat, sesame, shrimp, and cod—the top 90% of food allergies in the United States.
We spoke with Jessica Deckinger, CMO of Inspired Start and avid fan of their Mango & Cod flavor. “Most baby foods have little protein in them, let alone allergens,” she says. Inspired Start pouches address both of those concerns while providing a yummy option for picky eaters. A mother of three, Deckinger assures us that babies really do love this stuff. Parents can introduce Inspired Start before their child start solid food—and after, too. Her older toddlers still can’t get enough of them.
Deckinger understands the parenting roadblock that food allergies can bring forth. Her oldest daughter, now 7 years old, developed and outgrew a peanut allergy when she was 1. She hopes that Inspired Start will relieve parents of the pressure that choosing, preparing, and serving these allergens might present. The pouches are made in an FDA-certified facility, meeting the highest standards of products and quality control.
What does Jessica tell weary parents? “It’s not medicine. It’s just food!” You’re going to introduce these allergens to your child at some point, so you might as well get a head start. “It’s just one less thing you have to do,” she says.
One less thing you have to do. That’s music to our ears.
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