In children with non-IgE mediated cow’s milk protein allergy, skin prick tests are often used to diagnose, despite the child showing clear symptoms. Skin prick tests do not provide reliable results on a non-IgE mediated allergy to cow’s milk (or other foods). Here is why.
Sausage rolls are extremely popular as a party food (and everyday snack + addition to lunch) for both children and adults. Here in the UK they are generally made with puff pastry and back home in Denmark, they are made with ordinary white flour. I love both versions. However, I wouldn’t say they are particularly healthy.
I have therefore created a healthier version which still taste awesome despite being really realllyyyy healthy
Where often times in society we’re told to let calorie count or specific times dictate what and when to eat, intuitive eating means eating when you’re hungry or wanting food and letting your fullness and satiety guide you to stop eating. Let’s consider children for a second. They are after all intuitive eaters, because they were born that way.
Robert P. Heaney, M.D., a distinguished professor of medicine, world-renowned researcher in the field of bone biology and vitamin D reports that vitamin D requirements have been miscalculated by the institute of medicine in America. Dr Heaney believes that we have underestimated the requirements of vitamin D by a factor of 10! Yes that’s right….10!
Most people I speak with feel low in mood, need too snooze for at least 30 min before they get up and need stimulants such as coffee before they are ready to start their day.
These factors suggests that something in your lifestyle isn’t in order.
There are 6 pillars or lifestyle practices we must ‘do’ in order to live a life full of vitality and wellness (according to ancient philosophy. One of these pillars is sleep. I therefore intent to tell you why sleep is important and what I do to ensure I get enough sleep.
I this blog post I will give you 3 top reasons to why you must ensure you get more sleep, starting from tonight!
Postnatal depression (PDN) affects more than 1 in every 10 woman and can be an extremely difficult time for both mother, baby and the wider family involved.
Many possible causes for PND have been suggested and there is no single reason to why this happens as it could be down to multiple factors, including a nutritional imbalance which I shall explain more about in this blog.
I can appreciate that the interpretation of food labels can be a chore but let’s look at it with positive eyes. At least the food industry is now legally entitled to state which allergens are present in foods. These are usually highlighted in bold. Milk is in virtually all cheeses, butters, creams and yogurts. For the Milk-Allergic Infant ( better known as cow’s milk protein allergy in the medical world)
Hypoallergenic formulas are used in the management of infants and children with cow’s milk protein allergy and are therefore used for medical purposes only.
These formulas have been produced in such a way that they do not contain cow’s milk. Nutritionally they are formulated to meet an infant’s requirements for satisfactory growth and development and because they are free from cow’s milk, they assist to treat symptoms related to an allergy to cow’s milk and other allergies.
Whether you are vegan, vegetarian or a meat-eater, good nutrition is key to a healthy life.
But how about the child that’s fed a vegan or vegetarian diet? Is that considered an appropriate diet for children?
It surely is….
However, from experience, most of my vegan and vegetarian clients struggle with protein. They either don’t eat enough or they eat low quality protein. This applies to both adults and children.
For too long, health experts have believed eating too much fat was the primary catalyst for serious diseases like diabetes and obesity, or as a Dr Hyman likes to call it “diabesity.”
I totally agree with this statement.