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07/10/2017
...Managing your child’s multiple food allergies can be a daily challenge. There are food diaries and elimination diets. There is eating in versus dining out. It’s overwhelming and time-consuming to find safe ingredients and substitutes to allergens. Now there is an app for food allergy management — Footsteps from Neocate. I spent some time exploring the app, and here are my thoughts about how it helps food allergy management. Best Feature for food allergy...
03/18/2010
...“The Food Allergy Camp Team meets individually with your family to respond to your child’s needs. Our goal is to ensure that your child is able to eat safely and enjoyably at Camp Emerson. We want your child to feel like ‘everyone else’ in the dining hall.” Another such camp is The Center for Courageous Kids. This camp, located in Scottsville, Kentucky, has different themes throughout the summer and fall, each catering to a specific...
Hi my name is Zachary and I am 13 years old. I was diagnosed with eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) at 13 months of age. I have had this disease my entire life. Besides EoE, I have food allergies. In the beginning I was on formula only (an elemental diet, which is only amino acid-based nutrition) because there weren’t any foods that were safe for me to eat. When I was 9 years old and...
Traveling with Neocate – Ready, Set, Go!
08/02/2017
...to know restaurants in the area that can accommodate your food allergy needs. An excellent place to start is by reviewing our recent blog on Food Allergies and Dining Out to help you prepare for your travels. You will also want to calculate how much Neocate you will need for your trip. This is not the time to be conservative. When calculating the amount of Neocate formula, you will need for the entire flight; it’s...
02/11/2012
...for your allergic child, and make sure that they look different to avoid a potential mix-up. When preparing a meal, always make non-allergenic foods first. You should also leave allergenic ingredients in the pantry/fridge until you are completely finished preparing your allergic child’s meal. It is also a good idea to serve food in only the kitchen and dining room. This way you don’t have to worry about stray crumbs or residue in other parts...
   
 
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