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04/19/2011
...If you or a family member has seasonal allergies, which are triggered by environmental allergens like pollen, you probably know that spring can be a rough time of year, especially if you live in an area with a high pollen count. Here at Neocate, we hear from some parents that their children’s food allergy symptoms seem worse at this time of year. Let’s take some time to review the similarities and differences between...
12/16/2020
...eHF manages symptoms for most infants with CMA (at least 90% of uncomplicated cases3,4), whereas AAFs are usually used for more severe cases or after an eHF “fails” to fully improve symptoms. But food allergies pose significant burdens and diagnosis can be delayed.5 It’s no wonder many caregivers want to see symptoms managed quickly and often ask you for the surest option first. Sometimes, the evidence and guidelines support choosing an AAF first-line. Let’s review...
06/14/2016
...heard about, or that your healthcare team may have shared with you. But what are some other signs that your child might be allergic to cow milk? The following infographic highlights eight common signs and symptoms of a cow milk allergy (CMA), while also providing tips on what parents should look for and next steps if children are exhibiting signs of CMA. Difference Between Lactose Intolerance and Milk Allergy Now that we’ve reviewed common CMA...
Finn finds Neocate<sup>®</sup> Syneo<sup>®</sup> to help resolve his food allergy symptoms – A parent’s perspective
...months is when his symptoms started to escalate further. He had colic more frequently, for 2-3 hours a night. He didn’t want to be laid down to sleep and was waking every couple of hours in distress. He also seemed like he was having bowel discomfort. He wanted to nurse constantly for comfort but would quickly change his mind and cry in pain. His eczema was starting to get worse on his head and cheeks....
FPIES: Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome
09/25/2017
...Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome typically affects infants and young children. It is also called FPIES – pronounced like the letter “F” followed by the word “pies.” FPIES is a rare type of food allergy that affects the digestive tract. Symptoms show up a few hours after eating. The hallmark symptom is severe vomiting. There can also be diarrhea, lethargy, dehydration, low blood pressure, and low body temperature. Milk, soy, rice, and oats are some...
Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES)
10/28/2021
...Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome typically affects infants and young children. It is also called FPIES – pronounced like the letter “F” followed by the word “pies.” FPIES is a rare type of food allergy that affects the digestive tract. Symptoms show up a few hours after eating. The hallmark symptom is severe vomiting. There can also be diarrhea, lethargy, dehydration, low blood pressure, and low body temperature. Milk, soy, rice, and oats are some...
Cow Milk Allergy in Babies
08/01/2017
Cow milk, a childhood staple and a key source of vital nutrients, is also the most common food allergen in early life. Like many allergic disorders, researchers and doctors aren’t sure of the exact cause of cow milk allergy or why some infants develop a milk allergy while others do not. Researchers are working to better understand factors that may contribute to cow milk allergy. Cow milk protein allergy is sometimes referred to...
What To Expect When Starting Neocate – Transitional Side Effects
04/05/2022
We want you to better understand what to expect when starting your child on an amino acid-based formula like Neocate. Many families may have questions, especially during the first few weeks. Here are some of the most common observations from families who are starting to use Neocate ® Syneo ® Infant or Neocate ® Infant DHA/ARA. But remember: Your healthcare team is familiar with your little one’s medical care, so their advice and...
   
 
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