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01/26/2010
...January is coming to a close (I can’t believe January is almost over!), so we will end our Vitamin Series with a run through of the vitamins we haven’t discussed yet. We have already covered Vitamin D, Calcium, and all of the B vitamins. (Calcium snuck its way into the Vitamin Series even though it is a mineral because it is very closely linked with Vitamin D). As you may recall, the B vitamins...
01/19/2010
...When you or your child has food allergies, looking at food labels and ingredients is essential. Have you ever looked at an ingredient list of one of your favorite foods and been unsure about some of those “big” words, like cyanobalamin or pyridoxine? What about the nutrient chart, when you see pantotenic acid or niacin listed, ever wondered what those really were? Surprisingly to some, these are all B vitamins. There are actually a...
02/05/2014
...aim to work closely with the individual’s family and physician to help find a solution that meets the individual’s unique needs. In February 2013 we improved the levels of 11 vitamins and minerals, like vitamin D, in our Neocate® Junior line of products to provide better nutritional support. The improvements ensure that Neocate Junior products are in line with the U.S. Institute of Medicine’s current dietary reference intake (DRI) recommendations. The upgrade did not alter...
09/02/2010
...The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) doesn’t recommend the use of multivitamins for all children because eating a balanced diet (with iron-fortified foods) is usually sufficient to meet a child’s vitamin and mineral requirements. However, for a child with a restricted diet, a multivitamin may be necessary. We’ve been getting a lot of inquiries about Phlexy-Vits, our powdered micronutrient supplement. Phlexy-Vits are a powdered micronutrient supplement containing vitamins, minerals and trace elements. They were...
06/15/2012
...age ranges. This helps ensure that growing children who need amino acid-based nutrition get the right nutrients for their age, especially when formula is their only source (“sole sourc”) of nutrition. For instance, Neocate Syneo Infant and Neocate Splash products have different levels of vitamins and minerals to meet the different nutrition needs of infants versus toddlers and children. With this in mind, there are two ways that Neocate products, primarily Neocate Splash and Neocate...
02/26/2016
...protein source being amino acids. For more information about ingredients check out these pages that discuss the fats, carbohydrates, and vitamins (vitamins K, C, E, A vitamin D and B vitamins) in Neocate. Another similarity between all of our Neocate products is that they do not contain soy oil. This has always been true for most of our Neocate products, but it is a recent change for our Neocate Infant DHA/ARA, starting in 2013. Finally,...
03/11/2010
...I often get asked whether our Neocate® formulas have all the vitamins and minerals a child would need to thrive for all stages throughout their lives. The answer is yes; but I thought I should explain further what the term “nutritionally complete” really means. If a formula is considered nutritionally complete it can be used as a sole source of nutrition because it will provide all of the important carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins...
06/01/2010
...the body’s energy. There are two main ways to group carbohydrates found in foods: simple and complex. Simple Carbohydrates Simple carbohydrates are also known as simple sugars. Your body gets simple sugars in processed sugar, such as the sugar in candy. However, simple sugars are not just found in sugary treats – they also exist in many nutritious foods! Fruits and milk both contain simple sugars, and also provide your body with vitamins and other...
   
 
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