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09/18/2008
...There are different kinds of testing and neither skin nor blood testing yields black or white results. Each food-specific score has to be interpreted individually based on the patient’s age, individual history, other allergies or previous reactions and on the food itself. Keep a separate binder for copies of all of your child’s test results and remember to get your doctors help to interpret them. Write down questions and the answers you are given. And...
Finn finds Neocate<sup>®</sup> Syneo<sup>®</sup> to help resolve his food allergy symptoms – A parent’s perspective
...for his new quality of life. Finn at 7 months: Finn’s GI specialist thought these improvements likely meant he has an intolerance to dairy and possibly soy since those are the most common in babies, but I wanted to be sure since we were starting solids and I had noticed signs of a slight reaction to certain pre-packaged baby foods. So at 6 months, our pediatrician referred us to an allergist. Finn’s allergy testing was...
03/26/2015
...eating habits of your home and neighborhood. Southern living in America may find you more prone to developing allergies than your Northern countrymen, and urban dwellers may be more prone to allergy than their rural counterparts. Treatment, testing and tolerance Approaches abound for tolerance testing and even inducing tolerances to certain allergies. Following are a few of the trending tests and tolerance inducing approaches. These should always be conducted under medical supervision, as potential for...
06/29/2010
...age 2) Management Avoid products with lactose If the infant is breastfed: Mothers should remove all milk preoteins from their diet, including “lactose-free” products or products with “whey” or “casein” on the label If the infant is bottle fed: Switch to a hypoallergenic amino acid-based formula such as Neocate How did you determine if you or your child had a food allergy or food intolerance? Did you find allergy testing to be reliable, or was...
   
 
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