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Giving young children peanut products cuts allergy risk, study finds

  • Starting peanut consumption in infancy, up to age 5, was linked to a 71% lower rate of peanut allergy in UK adolescents, per a NEJM Evidence study.
  • The risk of peanut allergy is highest between six and 12 months old, emphasizing early exposure to prevent it.
  • A trial showed a 71% lower peanut allergy prevalence at age 12 in children who consumed peanuts early, compared to those who avoided them.
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