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All-In-One App For Tracking Baby Food Allergies and it's FREE!

Mom breastfeeding baby while looking at her phone

Find triggers faster.

Get to baseline faster.

Get answers faster.

Stress less.

Enjoy your baby!

We’re jumping with joy too! If you can’t wait, download our FREE app here.

As pioneers in the food allergy community, we know an app can provide life-changing support and convenience for families. Nailing down your baby’s triggers can be the hardest part of the journey. Our new food allergy tracking app gives you powerful, real-time insight.

Free to Feed’s mission empowers parents to reach personal feeding goals with their babies who have food allergies. Get support from experts when finding triggers or reintroducing allergens back into your diet or baby’s. We’re working hard to continue helping the food allergy community with technology and resources.

Today we’re boasting about how our app offers the best for food allergy families. It tracks food intake if you’re breastfeeding or direct introduction to your baby, symptoms, reactions, stool pictures, and so much more. Let’s jump right in.

Food Allergy Tracking Features — All in One Powerful App

When you’re drowning in questions and trying to figure out what’s causing your baby’s symptoms, it seems like you won't ever get an answer. Tracking your or baby’s food intake gives you powerful information on what their specific food allergies could be.

What happens if you forget your notebook at home? Or when you can’t find the right ‘Notes’ entry on your phone? Trying to track it all and hoping it links together gives us a headache too. You need a simple, user-friendly app for tracking food allergies — and we created one with real parent feedback. In our book, it’s the best one anywhere. And it’s FREE!

Since non-IgE-mediated food allergies can show up 48-72 hours after ingestion, this leaves a large window of opportunities for possible triggers.

Our app makes it easy to track everything on your food allergy journey, so it’s all in one place.

Free to Feed App graphic describing features

If someone’s life needs to be easier, it’s a food allergy parent. Plus, you always have your phone on you, so it’s simple to note when something pops up.

Log How You Or Your Child Ingests Allergens:

  • Food/Beverage (parent)

  • Supplement (parent)

  • Nurse

  • Previously Pumped Milk

  • Solids

  • Formula

  • Medication

Choose Common Food Allergy Symptoms:

  • Colic

  • Rash

  • Eczema

  • Reflux

  • Vomit

  • Mucus Stool

  • Bloody Stool

  • Difficulty Breathing

Our app gives you flexibility for both drop-down options like above (a time-saver in tracking) or input your specific and personal notes! We understand that you may want to log a different brand of the same food, for example. Or when you're increasing the amount of food during a trial.

We get food allergy parents — and our app shows it!

Dr. Trill looking quizzically at a diaper for the diaper decipher article

We know you’re “our people” because you get how important poop pictures are. Yep, that’s part of the app. We dedicate an entire section to those precious poops you spend way too long inspecting (every single time). You can track factors like color, consistency, and even an “unusual” section. If you know — you know. *scrunches nose in pure disgust*

Keep reading for even more amazing (and sometimes gross) stuff!

Groundbreaking Options in Tracking Baby Food Allergies!

Let’s keep going with poop (haha, but for real). We know pictures say a thousand words. Images give valuable insight to you, health professionals, and our Free to Feed team to optimize your plan for healing.

Real-time pictures show rashes, allergy rings, mucous, blood, and vomit. This provides medical professionals with proof of symptoms and further knowledge surrounding baby food allergies — one part of our valuable mission. Pictures help tell the whole story for everyone trying to help.

Plus, not only are you on a food allergy journey, your baby’s growing! Constant changes mean constant updates and decisions. Keep track of important factors that can affect behavior, poops, and more. You get options like teething (ugh), vaccines, and illness.

Keep track of both safe and “fail” foods so you can easily show loved ones and prepare for the next pediatrician appointment. Everything all in one place gives our beloved allergy parents the absolute ideal situation (for once, right?!).

Free to Feed App graphic about tracking better and feeding confidently

BONUS: Directly within the app, access all Free to Feed’s educational blogs. Help’s available at your fingertips — wherever you are! Grab a quick answer or even schedule a consult.

Our blogs pack in educational resources for you — always backed by science. We’re here to make this part of your life easier and more convenient with expert guidance that gets results.

If you’re in the middle of a downward spiral on your journey, you can schedule a consultation with one of our food allergy experts directly in the app. One step closer to answers at the tap of your finger!

Free to Feed Always Fights for Your Allergy Family

Our entire team fights every day for your family. Adding bilingual consultants allows us to expand into our Hispanic and Arabic communities more effectively. Dr. Trill works tirelessly, pitching investors, so we can get the first breast milk test strips on the market.

The new FREE app is another cutting-edge resource for YOU — our allergy warriors. We continue to support the global food allergy community with tangible solutions for fast results. We’re excited about how close the test strips are, but it’s only the beginning.

We’re going to keep working, learning, and fighting to give thousands of families all over the world peace of mind. Parenthood’s already so hard — lessening the stress of food allergies truly changes lives. We know because we’re food allergy parents too!

Save time and energy on this winding journey with our exclusive app! Store everything you need in one convenient place. We organized easy-to-view days to make it easier for you.

A big “thank you!” to our parents who provided us with valuable feedback for the app!


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