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  • I Have a Child Who Doesn't Eat. Help!

    Q: Having a child who doesn't eat can be both frustrating and worrisome for a parent. What should I do? A: You are right to seek help before the problem results in a health issue for your child.There are many reasons for a child not having an appetite....

    By: Lilian Presti
    Posted: March 27, 2009
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  • What Should Breastfeeding Mothers Eat?

    Q: Hi. I am breastfeeding my son still, and he is almost six months old. I am planning to breastfeed him as long as he wants to up to the age of two, however, I have a fast metabolism, am fairly thin and dont have a humongous appetite to eat 500 more...

    By: Lilian Presti
    Posted: March 27, 2009
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  • What are the most common allergies for children?

    Q: What are the most common allergies for children? A: The top food allergens for kids are dairy, wheat, nuts, eggs, fish and seafood, soy, corn, chocolate, and mushrooms.

    By: none
    Posted: February 20, 2009
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  • Is a rash a sign of a food allergy?

    Q: My 8 month old developed a rash. Is that a sign of a food allergy? A: It very well could be. Record everything the child ate in the previous 48 hours and keep the journal handy to refer to if the rash reappears. If you are able to identify a trigger,...

    By: none
    Posted: February 20, 2009
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  • What can I do to help reduce colic?

    Q: What can I do to help reduce colic?  A: The first thing to do if the mother is breastfeeding is to remove any possible food allergens from the mom's diet such as dairy, wheat, nuts, eggs, soy, and chocolate. Pay attention to see if symptoms subside....

    By: none
    Posted: February 20, 2009
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  • Should I feed my baby whole grain cereal?

    Q: Is there an advantage to starting with a whole grain cereal? A: Many parents would say yes. The advantage with starting with a whole grain cereal is that firstly, most are iron-fortified and this is important because a baby's iron stores start to...

    By: none
    Posted: February 20, 2009
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  • My 6 month old won't eat! Help!

    Q: What if my 6 month old is uninterested in food? A: Don't worry too much as many babies are not that interested initially. The main goal between 6 and 8 months is just to introduce them to food - not to get large quantities into their bodies. Most of...

    By: none
    Posted: February 20, 2009
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  • What are good foods to introduce first?

    Q: What are good foods to introduce first? A: You can start with either iron-fortified whole grain cereals or vegetables and fruits. Both of these categories of food are nutritionally equivalent. Some good cereals to start with are brown rice, barley...

    By: none
    Posted: February 20, 2009
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  • At what age do I introduce solids to my baby?

    Q: At what age do I introduce solids to my baby? A: Recent recommendations encourage waiting until your baby is 6 months of age before introducing solids. By waiting the extra couple of months, the intestinal tract has time to mature and seal off so that...

    By: none
    Posted: February 20, 2009
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  • How long should I breastfeed?

    Q: How long should I breastfeed? A: Duration of breastfeeding is a personal decision for each mother and tends to depend on many factors. However, new recommendations from the World Health Organization and the Canadian Pediatric Society are recommending...

    By: none
    Posted: February 20, 2009
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