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01/05/2017
...of all good things, it is also time-consuming and a lot of work. So, Great job! to all of you who have eliminated suspected allergens from your diet to support your little one! Tip #1, for Lactating Moms: Make sure to read food labels carefully. There are often “hidden” ingredients that contain the allergens you are trying to avoid. Let’s look at cow milk, for example, the most common food allergen for little ones. If...
08/12/2014
...peanut advisory label) being found to have a detectable amount of peanut protein that would likely pose a risk to most peanut-allergic individuals, and about 4% with a detectable level that was deemed “not clinically significant.” Because these advisory statements aren’t regulated, an expert panel has recommended avoiding any foods labeled with a precautionary statement related to your food allergens.(2) If you or a family member has a food allergy, you should ask your healthcare...
12/20/2012
...Many Neocate families have to deal with allergens in the air and home as well as in foods. Even for people without food allergies, allergies to things in the air are pretty common. Some people have no allergy symptoms living in one part of the country, but experience new allergy symptoms when they move to a new area because the environment differs so much between different parts of the country. While it’s common to...
11/17/2014
...kids, be sure to educate the host of the food-restrictions for your kids. Discuss the concerns of food allergens, possibility of cross-contact and allergen substitutions. 2. Festive giveback:If a guest brings food that contains allergens and is well-sealed, consider donating the food to the many organizations that work towards alleviating hunger across cities. If you’re a guest to a party which is hosted by a family with food allergies, you can contribute to the party...
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...
06/17/2010
...allergens in your child’s diet. Thickening their food or formula may not be needed once the allergens are removed if the reflux also comes under control. Thickening Liquids and Foods If your child does have reflux, there are typically strategies that are tried before thickeners. These can include smaller, more frequent feedings and upright positions. Your healthcare team should advise what you should try first and in what order. They can tell you how long...
02/28/2012
...school with a great Neocate-only pudding recipe such as Nutra Mashed Potatoes. But why stop with potatoes? Experiment with mixing the different flavors of Neocate Junior and Splash with Neocate Nutra to come up with different flavors. Top Eight Allergen-Free Lunch Ideas If your child is on an elimination diet for eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) or is avoiding all of the eight major allergens, you can offer some different food options along with one of the...
02/23/2012
...with one part ice, blend well, pour into a fancy container or dish, add a straw or spoon, and enjoy! Neocate Junior Vanilla lends itself especially well to this shake format, and can be mixed with the other flavors or even with a fruit juice your child tolerates. Top Eight Allergen-Free Dinner Ideas If your child is on an elimination diet for eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) or is avoiding all of the eight major allergens, you...
   
 
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