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Multiple Food Allergy Diet & Management
04/05/2022
There is currently no cure for multiple food allergies. The surest way to manage these allergies is to avoid the foods in question. When you consider all possible sources of food — various stores, school, friends, eating out — this is easier said than...
Baby Poop Chart | What’s Normal and What’s not?
...starts solid foods. Also, remember that when a baby first starts on an amino acid-based hypoallergenic formula like Neocate, it may take up to two-to three weeks for their gut to adjust. Color, consistency, and frequency of bowel movements can differ. The type of food, either breast milk or formula, as well as the mother’s diet if the child is breastfeeding also matters. Below are some general guidelines to help you know what to expect....
02/18/2010
...Making sure your little one is getting the nutrition he/she needs is critical – especially when dealing with food allergies and GI issues. As your baby grows, nutritional needs change and different types of diets are required. Knowing what the different stages are is key so you can make sure your baby is happy and healthy. 0-6 months If you’re breastfeeding a baby with allergies, be sure to: Eat a healthy, 2,500 –2,800...
08/22/2013
...formula if she gets a small taste of what’s to come. Try putting a small amount of formula on her lips prior to offering the bottle. You can find some more transition tips in ‘A Guide to Transitioning to Neocate’ on this page, which includes tips from a Feeding Specialist. Do you have any ideas that have helped make for a successful transition from breastfeeding to Neocate? Please feel free to share them here. -Yasmin...
...introduced solids. Knowing the enormous benefits of breastfeeding, I was committed to nursing them and had to radically alter my own diet. I dutifully eliminated the offending allergens from my diet (and lived on chicken, rice, vegetables, and non-dairy chocolate). Voila, the transformation occurred. Their skin became baby soft and smooth (not a trace of eczema) and they were much more settled. While the skin and fussiness symptoms improved, their weight was still in the...
Baby Poop: What’s Normal and What’s Not?
07/17/2018
...may be normal to spot mucus, which looks like what comes out of your nose and is sticky. A lot of mucus in the diaper for an extended period, it can signal a food allergy. If this occurs, please contact your doctor. Quick poop reference guide: Brown: Perfectly Normal. Green: More common if you are on an amino acid-based formula, like Neocate Infant. Orange or Yellow: These colors are most common when breastfeeding, feeding Neocate...
...In addition between five and seven months, Jacob was finally growing and thriving, improving from the 40th percentile to the 85th percentile for weight and the 75th percentile for height. Summary After five long months of trying everything from an elimination diet while breastfeeding to various formulas, Jacob and his family finally found Neocate. “Neocate has allowed Jacob to be the happy, fun-loving baby I knew he could be,” says Michelle. “I only wish we...
07/29/2014
Today’s guest blog comes from Ellie Sears. Ellie is a wife of 12 years and a stay-at-home-mom to a beautiful three-year-old girl. Ellie and her daughter both have food allergies. Ellie enjoys homemaking and trying new food allergy-friendly recipes. She stays active in advocating for food allergy awareness through her blog and in her hometown. Ellie blogs about life with food allergies at blessedlittlefamily.wordpress.com. What’s for dinner tonight? A year ago, I could...
   
 
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