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12/15/2016
...reviews shows that these appliances haven’t always worked as well as buyers might hope. Plus some models have been discontinued in the US. Another drawback is that some of the machines require regular and, in some cases, pretty comprehensive cleaning. These appliances offer several different volume options, for example as little as 2 to as much as 11 ounces. The ones that dispense powder also have instructions for settings designed to allocate the right amount...
10/19/2017
...When choosing a formula after a food allergy diagnosis, how can you tell the difference between various formula types? When your little has a cow milk allergy, the doctor will walk you through management options. The first should be for mom to eliminate dairy and for baby to keep breastfeeding. However, sometimes a formula is necessary to supplement or replace breast milk. Nutrition questions and navigating feeding options can overwhelm even the most seasoned...
Can My Milk-Allergic Infant Keep Breastfeeding? – Breastfeeding with food allergies
09/19/2017
...more breast milk or formula in a day, the healthcare team may suggest other options to help your baby gain weight and keep on track with their expected weight gain, or growth curve. (Did you know? You can track your baby’s intake using the Neocate Footsteps App, so you can show the healthcare team exactly what she’s taking.) Often the healthcare team might recommend an increase in calories. One option they might advise is concentrating...
10/24/2017
...Halloween can be a challenging holiday for families with food allergies. Most Halloween candy options contain tree nuts, peanuts, milk, egg, soy or wheat – 6 of the most common allergens. Adding to the challenge of finding allergy-friendly treats is the complexities around food labels. At times, miniature or fun-size versions of candy items contain different ingredients than their full-size counterparts. Plus, some miniature candy items may not have labels! This makes it harder...
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,...
03/23/2017
...offer opportunities for those on elemental, or amino acid-based, diets gain such experiences. Did you know Neocate is the only amino acid-based formula available with 10 options to choose from for individuals one year and older?   Be Curious: Explore and find your flavor fit Moms, dads and other caregivers know that keeping kids on the special diets that require Neocate isn’t always easy, especially as they grow and see other children enjoying more variety...
08/23/2017
...of the top allergens that do NOT regularly appear in baked goods. Let’s look at a few allergy-friendly options you can try for your next celebration. Please keep in mind that allergy-friendly doesn’t necessarily mean allergen-free, so be sure to confirm the ingredients are appropriate for your child’s specific food allergies. Allergy-Friendly Treats: Birthday Cakes Birthday cakes are so much more than just the ingredients that go into them. They represent the milestone of another...
02/21/2017
...formula is backed by extensive taste testing and flavor development. We offer several unflavored options for families seeking a hypoallergenic formula without any artificial sweeteners. We also have flavored Neocate Junior formulas with no added sugars. This table shows you which Neocate products contain a single artificial sweetener and, if so, which sweetener: Neocate Products Artificial Sweetener Neocate® Syneo® Infant None Neocate® Infant DHA/ARA None Neocate® Nutra None Neocate® Junior, Unflavored (without prebiotic fiber) None...
   
 
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