How To Use Love That Peanut!

Do Not's

- Do not feed Love That Peanut! if your baby is sick (for example has a cold or stomach bug) or is not feeling well.

- Do not feed Love That Peanut! if your child has a known allergy to peanut, an egg allergy or eczema.

if your child develops signs of an allergic reaction, STOP feeding this product and seek medical attention immediately.


- Do start Love That Peanut! at home and preferably in the morning. Make sure that you or another caregiver will be able to watch your baby for a minimum of 2 hours to make sure that he or she is not having any signs of an allergic reaction.

How to use Love That Peanut!:

Suggested use: For infants starting at 4 months of age and young children. For the first 3 days: Use 1/2 scoop daily, preferably in the morning. Add to baby formula, breast milk or pureed food. For children, scoop can be added to juice, milk, or smoothies.

After 3 days: Use 1 full leveled scoop. Use product daily, preferaly in the morning.

Lost your scoop? No worries! You can also use 1 leveled tsp of Love That Peanut! instead. WARNING: Stop feeding this product and seek immediate medical attention if your child develops a rash or any signs of an allergic reaction. This product contains peanuts. Speak to your pediatrician before introducing this product.

This product is not intended for infants and children with peanut allergies. If your baby has eczema, any skin rashes or an egg allergy, speak to your pediatrician before starting this product.

Probiotics are generally considered safe. However, If you baby has any of the following conditions: a compromised immune system, low immunity, or recurrent infections, is chronically sick, has any stomach or heart related disease or is premature, check with your pediatrician before administering.

This product is not intended to be used with any other probiotics. Do not use this product if your baby is already using another probiotic supplement or probiotic formula unless approved by your pediatrician.

This product was produced in a facility that also processes milk, soy, wheat, eggs, peanuts, fish and tree nuts.

General Instructions

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