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Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome
09/25/2017
Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome is also called ​FPIES – pronounced like the letter “f” followed by the word “pies.” If you’ve never heard of it, allow us to help! FPIES is an allergic reaction to food in the digestive tract. Learn more about FPIES and how Neocate can...
05/25/2010
...As we near the end the month of May, our series on Hidden Food Allergens is wrapping up. Mallory and Nita wrote great entries with tips and ideas on how to best avoid hidden dairy, soy and gluten allergens in food. Usually, there is a long list of items to avoid, so as Mallory mentioned, it’s helpful to print out your own list, laminate it, and take it with you on your grocery trips....
10/19/2017
...formulas are based on soy instead of cow milk. That means they contain soy protein instead of cow milk protein. Companies market these formulas for patients with lactose intolerance and galactosemia, which are not common in infants. Experts now estimate that up to 60% of children with an allergy to cow milk are also allergic to soy protein. For this reason, expert groups in the US advise that infants with cow milk allergy not take...
12/02/2010
...hard candies come in fun flavors like Googly Grape, Chili Mango Mambo, or Hopscotch Butterscotch. All are organic, vegan, and free of nuts, soy, wheat, eggs, peanuts, gluten, dairy, corn syrup, and artificial flavors. Vermont Nut-Free Chocolate Coins – Kids of all ages will love these nut- and peanut-free chocolate coins. Vermont Nut-Free Chocolates are made in a dedicated nut-free facility. Caution these have milk. Pure Fun Organic Candy Canes – These candy canes are...
12/17/2011
...symptoms return, often more rapidly after ingestion. Maria’s story: Mason was “big and healthy” but nearly died (vomited until he became dehydrated, went into shock and stopped breathing) after starting rice cereal at 4 months of age. FPIES reactions often show up in the first weeks or months of life, or at an older age for the exclusively-breastfed child. Reactions usually occur upon introducing first solid foods, which are typically made with dairy or soy,...
...Aidan was suffering from colic. However, since the baby was losing weight, the doctor told Laura to supplement her breastfeeding with a hydrolysate formula. But Laura says it only made Aidan feel worse. After doing her own research, Laura suspected Aidan might have some type of an allergy. So, she eliminated multiple foods from her diet, including milk, eggs, wheat and soy. Despite her efforts, Aidan’s condition still did not improve so his parents decided...
...with issues with milk are also soy intolerant so she eliminated all soy from her diet as well. Roland at 3 months, Pre-Neocate Unfortunately, the elimination of soy did little for Roland and his overall health continued to decline. He began projectile vomiting after every bottle of pumped breastmilk and the acidic diarrhea became constant and multiple times each day. In desperation, his mother attempted a total elimination diet, eating only a handful of different...
10/19/2017
...Breast milk is the best source of nutrition for infants. It’s the first choice of the World Health Organization (WHO) and healthcare professionals around the world. Some children can have an allergic reaction to dairy, soy, and other food proteins passed along in their mother’s breast milk. The good news is that under close medical supervision, you may be able to continue breastfeeding your child, while on a food elimination diet. In a common...
   
 
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