The Safe & Effective Way To Introduce Peanuts: A Lil Mixins Infant Peanut Powder Review, Coupon + Giveaway {A Giveaway Hop Event} #MomsMeet



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When I was little, I was allergic to EVERYTHING.


Oh sure, that sounds like an exaggeration, but it's only slightly so. When I became a mom, I worried so much that my children would likewise have the same issues with allergies. The idea of introducing any foods--- let alone those common allergy triggers was a bit terrifying to me. I wanted to do whatever I could to protect my children from allergies. At the time my children were being introduced to foods, that meant holding off on common allergens such as eggs, peanut, etc.

But, did you know that this recommendation has since been disproven. In fact, new studies show that "early introduction of egg or peanut to the infant diet was associated with lower risk of developing egg or peanut allergy."  In 2017, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommended that all infants be given peanuts, and children with mild to severe eczema should be introduced to peanuts early, in an attempt to reduce the rate of peanut allergies.

But still that leads us as parents to question how to best introduce these allergens into our child's diet?

For that, Lil Mixins Infant Peanut Powder is an ideal solution.

So, what is Lil Mixins Infant Peanut Powder?


Lil Mixins Infant Peanut Powder was created by a food allergy mom to help moms (and dads) easily follow the AAP guidelines for early peanut introduction. It is designed for babies starting at just 4-6 months old, with each serving containing the recommended amount of peanut protein. This makes it easy to scoop, mix with your favorite baby food purees, mashed bananas, applesauce, etc and serve. While adult peanut powders clump or thicken when mixed, Lil Mixins do not, making them safe for babies to eat.

Even better, Lil Mixins Infant Peanut Powder is made with 100% organic peanuts ONLY. There is no sugar, no salt, additives, or GMOs. Not only does this mean you can feel better about offering it to your baby... but you know exactly what they are getting too. One ingredient only. When we're talking about the potential of allergies, this is so important as there is no guesswork to discover which added ingredient might also be the cause.



 A jar of Lil Mixins Infant Peanut Powder typically retails for $24.99. Now, if you're like me, you read that and were a bit taken back by the cost... BUT let's clarify: one jar will last your baby until they are old enough to safely eat peanut butter. One jar, that's all you'll need. When you look at it that way and consider just how many servings that one jar contains, it seems like quite the steal, doesn't it? And certainly worth it for peace of mind when introducing your child to peanuts!

Lil Mixins Infant Peanut Powder is available to purchase on Amazon and lilmixins.com. You can use promo code MOMSMEET20 to get 20% off your entire Lil Mixins when you visit here: momsmeet.link/lilmixins.

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3 comments

  1. This sounds like an awesome product to share with the parents of my patients!

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  2. This sounds so nice! My cousin would like it a lot :]

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  3. Such a great idea!

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