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07/02/2014
...The 4th of July is just a few days away! Nothing is more American than a barbecue on the fourth. Whether you’re planning to celebrate with a picnic at home with family, at a neighbor’s house, or with a large group, it’s important to take steps to protect little ones with food allergies. Here’s a collection of blogs that might help you as you prepare to celebrate the Fourth of July safely! Planning to...
10/07/2015
...Family meal time The value in gathering the whole family around the table for dinner – with all devices turned off! – is that everyone can connect. Dinnertime presents an opportunity for every family member to talk about their day and spend valuable time with each other. As a society, a lot of our social activities revolve around food, so this makes sense! However, people with a diet that consists solely or primarily of formula...
05/12/2011
...thought, and in some ways it actually made life easier. (I’m terrible at meal-planning, which makes for some very last-minute dinners!) I really appreciated having so many flavor options and the ease of Neocate Splash in a ready-to-go format. That said, a third day might have gotten a little routine. I have a lot of respect for the children and adults who stick with amino acid-based diets for a long period of time. It has...
05/26/2016
...Your child’s birthday is a fun and exciting day for the whole family! There are many things to consider when planning a celebration for your Little One, whether you’re having a small family party or a huge birthday bash. And planning can be a little more challenging when food allergies are involved; but we are here to help with a fun roundup of some of our community’s best birthday cake recipes and ideas! Cakes:...
11/03/2016
...as some have casein, which is the protein found in milk. Others are made from nuts or soy, also potential allergens. Only buy non-dairy cheese made from rice or tapioca starch. While these cheeses work well in a sandwich, they are not nutritionally equal to cheese. To make sure your child gets the protein and fat they need from the meal, add some Neocate Splash to the soup as shown in this recipe: You can...
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...
05/14/2015
...For many of us, summer is a time for traveling. Whether you’re spending a day at the pool or a week at a camp site, finding portable snacks for you or your child with multiple food allergies isn’t always easy. However, a little planning can go a long way! Knowing the chaos that ensues in your daily life, I wanted to save you some time by providing various allergen-free snack ideas. Here you’ll find...
07/01/2011
...With the Fourth of July around the corner, we wanted to share some food allergy-friendly ideas and recipes for you to enjoy during the holiday weekend. We wrote a blog in the past that may help to find general food allergy tips for planning a day out of the house. In honor of the Independence Day, I compiled a couple food allergy-friendly recipes with a red, white and blue theme. As always, check...
   
 
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