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01/31/2008
...an allergy to soy, remove all soy from his/her diet immediately. A few symptoms of soy allergy are: Acne Asthma Diarrhea Eczema Fever Itching Lethargy Hives Vomiting Wheezing So, if you’re changing your child’s formula because he/she has a milk allergy, the recommended options are formulas whose protein comes from extensively hydrolyzed milk protein or from amino acids. Amino acid-based formulas have been clinically shown to relieve the symptoms of a milk allergy. As always,...
Patient History: From the day baby Ramsey was born, he was fussy, gassy, and rarely slept. Weighing eight pounds and thirteen ounces at birth, the doctors thought that Ramsey was eating too much during feeding periods and that was causing him to throw up. When Ramsey began to break out in rashes, it was blamed on the cold February weather. And when he had bloody stools and ended up in the emergency room,...
Patient History: From the time he was only a few days old, Levi was a fussy baby. Soon he began crying even more, vomiting, gagging, choking and wheezing. He had difficulty sleeping and he could only rest if he was propped up on his mother Laurie. His skin changed color, becoming very red. He developed a rash all over his face and neck that left his skin extremely dry, especially around his ears....
​Sweet Potato & Chicken Casserole
Looking for a milk-free recipe that the whole family can enjoy? Make a batch for yourself and a batch that incorporates Neocate® Junior. We have you covered with this sweet potato and chicken casserole recipe. Bon...
03/23/2015
** THIS BLOG POST HAS BEEN DEPRECATED, NEW CMA BLOG POST IS UP: 8 SIGNS OF CMA** With the rise in food allergies among children, it is increasingly important for parents and caregivers to recognize the signs and symptoms of food allergies. Among foods that are common allergens, cow milk allergy (CMA) remains the most prevalent in infants and children. In the following video, “8 Signs of a Cow Milk Allergy,” our nutrition...
06/28/2011
...While we usually write about common food allergy symptoms, such as diarrhea or eczema, more severe reactions like anaphylaxis are possible for many children and adults with allergies. Allergens that cause anaphylaxis include food, insect stings, drugs, latex, and even exercise. When anaphylaxis happens as a result of contact with an allergen, a rapid immune reaction occurs that can quickly make breathing very difficult. For those patients an immediate injection of epinephrine can prevent...
Back to School With Food Allergies
08/18/2016
Summer is winding down, and it’s time to start helping your children prepare for their return to class and food allergy. Your school might have sent school supply lists, teacher assignments, and schedule for school nights. Now, it’s time to create your own food allergy checklist. Whether your child is returning to the classroom or attending for the first time, here are some things to help make sure they have a successful,...
06/14/2011
...mothers on allergy elimination diets. Go Dairy Free: Is an informational website for dairy-free living and the goal is to provide honest, unbiased information about going dairy free. AllergyMoms: Provides support for parents of kids with food allergies. They provide dairy-free allergy recipes as well as the latest news and research on breast-feeding, eczema, reflux and anaphylaxis. KellyMom: This site is run by an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant who provides lots of helpful information...
   
 
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