WINNETKA, IL - AUGUST 06: MLB Hall of Famer Frank Thomas poses with Mr. Peanut in front of the Planters NUTmobile during the Planters Power Hitter Event at the Skokie Playfields on August 6, 2014 in Winnetka, Illinois. (Photo by Timothy Hiatt/Getty Images for Planters)

According to a new campaign, if you want to prevent your child from having allergies you should feed them peanut butter before they turn one. In Australia, one in ten babies is allergic to peanuts, eggs, and milk before their first birthday and that number has steadily increased throughout the years.

Thanks to a study done in 2015, doctors are looking to drop that number after it was found that allergies can be curbed if you introduce those foods to kids until about two to three years of age.