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...“I think they started to wonder why mommy brought this screaming baby into their lives!” says Jill. Nutritional Management and Outcome: The pediatrician diagnosed Natalie with infant reflux and immediately put her on reflux medication. Because Jill had problems breastfeeding her oldest child, Natalie was on soy formula. The pediatrician told Jill to switch from the soy formula to Similac Alimentum, a hydrolysate formula. But she still suffered and the older she got the more...
01/31/2008
...is not the recommended choice for a baby with a milk allergy. Marybeth and I talk to a lot of mothers with kids that have milk allergies who either switch to a soy formula or, if breastfeeding, replace the dairy in their diet with soy to try to relieve the symptoms. We understand that this seems to be the most logical and healthy next step. However, some parents don’t realize that up to about 50%...
03/30/2016
...When my youngest son was around seven weeks old we discovered that he had multiple food intolerances. I ended up on an elimination diet, removing dairy, soy, eggs and nuts from my diet in order to continue nursing him. With some hard work I was able to successfully continue breastfeeding. I was his sole source of nutrition for many months; so when our doctor said it was time to start introducing solids, I was...
Elimination Diet for Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE): Things I wish I knew Before Starting
09/13/2016
Elimination Diet for Eosinophilic Esophagitis, is written by our guest blogger Alexia Beauregard. Alexia is a food allergy specialist dietitian who also specializes in eating and feeding disturbances and is based in Greenville, South Carolina. She loves working with food allergy families to help make food fun again. Alexia believes that eating should be one of the basic joys in life and wants everyone to be able to enjoy whatever foods they can....
12/17/2011
...vital. Some doctors provide their patients with a letter containing a brief description of FPIES and its proper treatment. In the event of a reaction, take the letter to the ER with the child. Dietary modifications vary, depending on the patient’s specific reactions. Often, infants who have reacted to both dairy and soy formulas will be placed on hypoallergenic or amino acid-based formula. Some children do well breastfeeding. Other children who have fewer triggers may...
   
 
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