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01/14/2016
...As parents and caregivers, we might not always make ourselves a priority. Daily pressures can add up, causing us to stress out. When you do start to stress out, are you able to not only recognize it, but also take steps to de-stress? A New Year signals a new beginning, so in 2016, let’s slow down and take a look internally at what we can do to understand and lower the levels of...
02/21/2016
...Life can be like a roller coaster ride. Here’s a small description from ‘Parenthood’ – a classic movie – that might help you understand: Life is thrilling, but can be stressful at times. Challenges of day-to-day activities combined with juggling food allergies can be complicated. If you struggle to juggle food allergy anxieties regarding your kids as well as your own ‘on-edge’ feelings, you’re not alone. Below are some stress buster ideas designed with...
03/22/2013
...Stressed Parent When it comes to food allergies, many Neocate families are in the same boat: food allergies cause stress and make life difficult. Every day, we speak with families who manage food allergies, and who experience stress due to allergies. We recently came across an article in a journal, Pediatric Nursing, that addressed this stress and summarized the research on this topic. The article is The Psychosocial Impact of Life-Threatening Childhood Food...
01/26/2016
...As a working mom of two (three, if you count my husband!), I can always benefit from stress management advice. Let’s face it; we could probably all benefit from stress management advice. Whether you’re the CEO of a company, a full-time college student, or a single parent, we all face some sort of stress on a daily basis. As mentioned in some of our recent blogs, being a parent of a child with food...
11/10/2011
...scary for your little one. Be Prepared If nothing else, it can help you focus more on your little one and less on paperwork. Check out our previous blog that lists things you can do ahead of time to make the visit easier, especially when seeing a new doctor. You can also prep for your visit by tracking your child’s progress using our Neocate Footsteps app. The more prepared you are, the less stress you...
11/01/2017
...1. Prepare yourself—take time to get ready! Starting an elimination diet half-way will not benefit your child. It is an all or nothing effort. As a parent, caregiver, or someone who loves a child that requires a special diet, learning that milk and dairy products could potentially cause your child great harm is very stressful. This stress can be multiplied ten-fold if this is the first family member that needs an elimination diet. There...
Duocal
03/18/2019
...for the dietary management of conditions where a high-energy, low-fluid, low-electrolytes diet is indicated, protein-restricted diets, disorders of protein and amino acid metabolism, malabsorptive states, modular diets, and catabolic states (e.g. burns, trauma, post-operative stress).   It contains a unique dual energy source of carbohydrate and fat (no protein, vitamins or minerals). Duocal® is flavorless and is appropriate for oral and tube feeding. Good to Know Duocal® is:   Dairy free Made in a dairy...
04/26/2012
...Blend it all together and you have a tasty, high calorie, easy-to-transport drink. Dried fruits:Dried fruits are a high-calorie, nutritious snack that is easy to take along with you on the go. Dried fruits lose their water content so you get the same calories as fresh fruit in a much smaller volume. Just one dried apricot contains about 10 calories! Again, I want to stress that these are only suggestions of high-calorie foods that do...
   
 
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