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03/20/2013
...nutritional needs of the customers using our products. Below are the 11 vitamins and minerals we have improved and the reason behind the change. Vitamin D – Increased to help meet the new DRI of 15 mcg (600IU) per day for people ages 1-69 years. Vitamin E – Studies show children with food allergies have low intake of Vit E. Vit E is also rich in food such as eggs, nuts, and cereals which are...
05/24/2016
...(Unsure what cross-reactions are? Read Food Allergies and Cross-Reactivity – Do You Have to Avoid Related Foods?) Don’t forget to include in your records ingredients of an item consumed, note brand names used and quantities eaten. Additional items you can track in your journal: Formula, breast milk and other liquids Food preparation type – Homemade or pre-packaged? Raw or Cooked? Fried or Baked? Medications/Vitamins taken Symptoms observed – Severity, how soon after eating they showed...
Importance of fiber in childhood when it comes to food allergies
04/18/2019
...When you hear the term “essential nutrients,” what comes to mind? Maybe it’s vitamins and minerals, like vitamin D and calcium. Or maybe you think of key nutrients like good fats, such as omega-3s, or complete proteins our bodies use to build muscles. But did you consider fiber? That’s right, fiber is a key nutrient! Let’s review what fiber is, how it’s helpful for health, and how much children need. We’ll also talk about...
04/14/2016
...and cheese products. The deli meats also sometimes contain casein, which is a milk protein. Broths and stocks – Some brands include milk proteins or solids into their mixes. This applies to both ready-to-use versions as well as dry and canned bouillon. Medications and vitamins- When checking the labels, watch out for ingredients that contain milk proteins like whey. Beauty products – This is a big category. Items that you use on a regular basis...
A Mother’s Tale: Learning About My Baby’s Milk Allergy
...in age. The vitamins and nutrients were plentiful enough that our doctor wanted to give her body enough time to prepare for an introduction of the cow’s milk protein. It ended up that she had no intolerance to milk. I saved the extra cans just in case. I felt a sense of security with them in the house despite the fact that she was doing great. When my daughter turned two, I gave birth to...
06/16/2015
...Oral Budesonide, a Steroid Medication, Mixed with Neocate Nutra For those of you who are not familiar with Neocate Nutra, it is the first and only hypoallergenic, amino acid-based semi-solid medical food. It contains essential vitamins and minerals to promote balanced nutrition in children and infants over 6 months of age with cow milk allergy, multiple food protein intolerance, eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE), short bowel syndrome (SBS) and other gastrointestinal conditions. While an elemental diet...
02/18/2010
...calorie diet of fruits, vegetables and plenty of protein. Check with your physician to see if you should be taking any supplements. Some women have difficulty getting essential vitamins like calcium, folic acid and zinc while breastfeeding. Remove all allergens from your diet. Usually a milk protein is the culprit, so you you’ll need to remove all dairy products but watch out for items with hidden dairy like salad dressing and nutrition bars. If you...
The Gut Microbiota and Its Link With Food Allergies
01/18/2018
...there was a time when we believed they were mostly harmful, or at least not helpful. Times sure have changed! We’ve learned a lot about the importance of gut microbes in both gut and immune health. The gut microbiota plays an important role in the normal function of the body, including: Helping the body digest certain foods Producing some vitamins Defending against harmful pathogens Playing a role in metabolism Sending signals to the immune system...
   
 
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